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SYNCHRO ARTS Revoice Pro 4

Vocal editing is often seen as an arduous but necessary task. Can Revoice Pro 4 ease the pain? Alex Holmes finds his voice…

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The quality of results achievable with pitch and time correction software has seen slow but steady improvements since it was first introduced. In the right hands, it’s possible to gently massage a vocal or instrument track towards a ‘perfect’ performance, without it sounding too forced or fake. One of the key tasks when working on a vocal-based track, is to layer up multiple takes and harmonies to get a larger, more textured sound, but this comes at the cost of having to line-up and fine-tune all of the stems to get them to sit together. Of course, the amount of work needed will largely depend on the skills of the performer, but working on an average vocal track can potentially involve hours and hours of vocal editing and alignment.

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