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Old 01-05-2007, 09:18 AM
danika danika is offline
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Default Pitch Shifting

I have been attempting to use the new AudioSuite Time Shift (aka X-Form) plug to pitch shift some female vocals. However, the results have been pretty awful. I am shifting the file by +4 semitones and using the female vocal preset. Not only do the results sound pretty unnatural, I actually get buzzing in a couple of places. I know vocals are tough to pitch shift. However, as a point of comparison, Cubase AudioWarp produces a pretty decent-sounding result with this same file. Has anyone had any luck with this new plug?
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