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SYNCHRO ARTS Revoice Pro 3

Synchro Arts’ Revoice Pro 3 aims to be the de facto tool for timing and pitch correction. Mike Hillier checks his watch and aims for perfection…



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The modern production workflow demands ever-more perfection when it comes to pitch and time, particularly when it comes to doubling a vocal. Pitch correction has moved beyond a gimmick and is now a regular part of a production and when used well, can be completely ‘invisible’ to the end listener. Similarly, warp tools can be used to correct timing, but getting two or more double-tracked parts to perfectly sync using manual warping can be time consuming at best. Enter Synchro Arts – its VocALign software enables engineers to quickly map the timing of one performance to another.

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