Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: Note tuning and quantizer in audio files
From: Mel Steinberg (saxofon_AT_pacbell.net)
Date: Tue Jul 06 2004 - 22:00:22 EEST
The trouble is, though, that these guys WILL do it to the entire track.
There are people that do use these things wisely, but, unfortunately,
they seem to be too scarce.
Eduardo Guerrero wrote:
>On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 11:18:00 -0700, Mel Steinberg <saxofon_AT_pacbell.net> wrote:
>>A great E-Mail.
>>I did some ProTool overdubs recently on tenor saxophone. When I asked
>>the producer/engineer if we could do another pass on a section as I felt
>>the high Eb was a little down, he stated that: "it was OK, we can fix
>>it with AutoTune." What bothered me was that there were notes that I
>>DID want a little detuning on, and that it was ALL out of my hands at
>>Professional Musician - Saxophone/Flute/Clarinet
>Well, most of the time you use autotuning on a single note, that way
>you don't loose the particular sound, especially on sax.
>And besides autotune, you can do manual pitch shift which to my ears
>sound better. Again only in the bitter note.
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