How to slightly detune an audio track using stock plugins?

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How to slightly detune an audio track using stock plugins?

Post by bbaasszz » Sun Jul 05, 2015 11:17 am

Hi Cubaser,

I'd wish to try the "detune and pan" trick to thicken my vocal up. And I did some research to find that Cloner under [modulation] and Pitch Correct under [pitch shift] seem to do the job... while not very elegant.

So what would be your favorite trick(s) to do this detuning? Hope to get some feedback.

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Re: How to slightly detune an audio track using stock plugin

Post by eddiemacarthur » Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:00 pm

just duplicate the track a couple of times. then select the parts and in the info field at top of arrange page, go to "fine tune" and set one to be a few cents sharp, the other a few cents flat. should do the trick. you might also try using the track delay feature in the inspector to delay them by a few milliseconds to further widen the illusion. ed
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