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Daryl L. Samuel

Better Performance with Auto-Tune Pitch-Correction Plugins

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I've been using Antares' Auto-Tune products for a few years now and unfortunately, I haven't been having the best experience using EFX 3 in SONAR/Cakewalk.

There is a 'popping' sound that pops up intermittently throughout playback and also in my renders.

I'm aware that there is insufficient testing and support for SONAR/Cakewalk (based on Antares' DAW compatibility webpage) but if it's not too much to ask, is it possible for the developers to look into this for Cakewalk 2019?

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I've found a lot of the Antares products to perform badly in Cakewalk when using VST3, i.e. the pops & clicks you mention.

Using the VST2 version instead fixed it for me.

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18 hours ago, msmcleod said:

Using the VST2 version instead fixed it for me.

It helps a LOT compared to the VST3 version but the fix is not perfect for me. I still get pops. Lucky you!

What sample rate do you run at?

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9 hours ago, Daryl L. Samuel said:

It helps a LOT compared to the VST3 version but the fix is not perfect for me. I still get pops. Lucky you!

What sample rate do you run at?

I'm running 44.1/24bit using a buffer of 64.

I need to run VST2 for THROAT-Evo and ASPIRE-Evo. 

I've not got Autotune itself though, which may be much more processor hungry.

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This doesn't answer the OP's question... but he might want to check out Melodyne (light version included with CbB).

Melodyne is far more advanced (sounds better) for intonation adjustment.

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