How To: Get auto-tune (T-Pain effect) in Audacity on a PC

Get auto-tune (T-Pain effect) in Audacity on a PC

In this video tutorial, learn how to get auto-tune into Audacity. This video shows you how to receive a ten day free trial. The success rate of this video is questionable, so if you have trouble: Go into edit/preferences/effects, and make sure all three VST settings are checked. Also make sure that "rescan" is checked. Restart Audacity, and it should work. This video is demonstrated on a PC, and should work for Vista users.


Here are the 15 steps to complete getting auto tune into Audacity, as told by houdinifan27:

1. Go to: http://www.audacityteam.org/vst
2. Download "vst-bridge-1.1.exe"
3. Install into the "Audacity 1.3 Beta Plugins" folder
(c:\program files\audacity 1.3 beta\plugins)
4. Go to http://www.antarestech.com/download/update.shtml
5. Download "Auto-Tune EVO VST (29MB)"
6. Install into "Audacity 1.3 Beta Plugins" folder
(c:\program files\audacity 1.3 beta\plugins)
7. Restart your computer
8. Go to settings:

key = c
scale = major
retune speed = 0
scale detune = 4 cents, 441.0 hertz
humanize = 0
natural vibrato = 0.0

rate = 0.1
onset delay = 0
variation = 0
onset rate = 0
pitch amount = 0
amplitude amount =.3
formant amount = 1

9. Now complete
10. Record audio
11. Highlight desired audio, click on effects, then "Anares Auto: Auto Tune EVO VST"
12. Push OK
13. You're audio now has auto-tune
14. Repeat effect again for even more effect

Get auto-tune (T-Pain effect) in Audacity on a PC

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1 Comment

First steps were successful to follow and complete, but I am unable to find Auto-Tune EVO VST anywhere. Especially on the link being provided here. Please explain a lot clearer.

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