";s:4:"text";s:3583:" The APT process is what separates Revoice Pro 4 from other software like Melodyne, Autotune, WavesTune, etc. The results are really quite remarkable, and it’s easy to see why the post-production world loves this tool for automatic dialogue replacement.Revoice Pro is now on version 4, and was grown out of Synchro Arts VocalAlign plug-in that was chiefly used in post-production circles to line up ADR vocals when overdubbing for TV and film.
The administrator of this site (VSTMania.com) cannot be held responsible for what its users post, or any other actions of its users. I never could figure it out even coming from using vocalign. Revoice Pro 4 shines when it comes to transparency, and holds even when pushing the pitch tuning to the extreme.This is only a slight inconvenience in workflow, we actually felt we were able to focus better on the task at hand when limited to the functions Revoice Pro 4 is capable of.
Assistant adds in-depth editing and Audio-to-MIDI. 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.You also have other functions such as a superb Doubler that can take a single piece of mono audio and spit out a highly believable and natural sounding, stereo double-tracked version.
Watch the video below to see a quick preview of the APT process in action. It does have powerful auto-arranging for time, pitch, and volume, but the end result is often wonky and needs to be manually corrected. You can also choose whether you’d like your playhead to play from where it stops or to replay from where you started it.If you had a chance to read our article on Revoice Pro 3 then you will notice similarities within this article, because many features remain the same between Revoice Pro 3 and Revoice Pro 4 we decided to re-use some of our overview from the earlier article; consider this post an update to the article on Revoice Pro 3.When working on your tracks you have to import the audio you want to work on in addition to the isolated backing tracks (assuming you want to hear those too).
Clone one track to another 3. I felt that things like creating additional tracks before applying functions, switching on Warp, and editing the processes could be made a bit more fluid. Revoice Pro 4 brings together our most advanced timing and pitch alignment technology, a set of cutting-edge tuning tools and a natural sounding vocal doubler.
With both Revoice 4 Pro and Melodyne 4 having some tempting discounts right now (Revoice intro offer, Black Friday), I'm sort of in a hurry to decide which one to go with. If you regularly work with vocals or dialogue, Revoice Pro 4 is the go-to solution for completing complex editing tasks in seconds . It is an amazing tool for working with audio, but Revoice Pro’s specific tools give it the edge for creating natural sounding vocals.It runs as standalone software and can link to your DAW via a Revoice Pro Link plug-in that lets you transfer the audio tracks over to Revoice Pro to edit timing, pitch, volume and other parameters, then transfer the audio back again. In this review, I'll assume that you are familiar with the basic operation of Melodyne and with the main features of version 4: if you aren't, check out our review of that version in the February 2016 issue.