Can you recommend a voice autotune software for Windows 7?
Question by Rajdeep Singh /

I amwondering if there is any software that can help me autotune or change my voice like some iOS apps (“I am T-Pain” or “LaDiDa”) out there.

I tried something in Audacity but that’s something really tedious. But can try it again if you will provide some help.

I want that software for Windows 7 Ultimate.

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  • Anonymous

    Hi

    •Download Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
    •Download Gsnap: http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm
    •Download VST Bridge Enabler.http://web.audacityteam.org/vst/

    How do I install VST plug-ins?
    vst-bridge-1.1.exe
    http://audacityteam.org/vst/
    1.First, download and unzip the VST Enabler.

    2.Place the unzipped VST Enabler, along with your VST plug-ins, into the “Plug-ins” folder in the Audacity installation folder.

    3.The next time you start Audacity, your VST effects will appear at the bottom of the “Effect” menu.

    Unfortunately, Audacity doesn’t natively support VST effects so it will require a VST Bridge Plug-in to be installed. After the bridge is installed Audacity should handle any VST effect installed into the plug-ins folder. Finally, the last thing required is a microphone. It doesn’t have to be expensive, a cheap microphone will work just fine.

    Install VST-Bridge:
    Visit the dedicated page editor http://audacityteam.org/vst/ official site
    1. Download: vst-bridge-1.1.
    After unpacking.
    You get a VST Bridge 1.1 folder containing the “vst – bridge library (.dll based platforms).
    2 Place “.so bridge” (.dll depending on the platforms), as well as VST “Plug-ins” of Audacity folder modules. C:Program FilesAudacityPlug-Ins. the easiest way is to have it install the bridge into Audacity’s Plug-Ins folder. Unzip with 7zip
    3. At the next startup of Audacity, VST effects will appear in the menu “Effects” (while permitted by default, be sure to check in the “Audacity preferences”).
    “Preferences” tab Effects, Audacity, box VST Effects.
    Check the box ‘Search VST effects at the next startup of Audacity’
    Restart Audacity.

    1-To download G-snap plug-in : http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm and choose “Download GSnap / Grymmjack skin” .

    2-You will have a folder containing two icons : GSnap-GJ.dll and and GVSTLicense ..so copy the ” GSnap-GJ.dll ” .

    3-Open My Computer->Local Disk->Program Files->Audacity->Plug-ins and paste ” GSnap-GJ.dll ” ( you should have Audacity 1.3 Beta (Unicode) ) .

    4-Open Audacity and open the file already recorded .

    5-Effect-> GSnap .

    6-Apply some settings

    7-The effect will be applied and play the track

    Here are the steps to begin auto-tuning:
    1. Have Audacity, the VST Bridge Plug-in, and Gsnap installed.
    2. Start Audacity, and make a recording or open up a sound.
    3. Go to the effects menu and select the GVST: Gsnap effect. From there you need to set all the settings to the following values:
    Min Frequency: 80 Hz
    Max Frequency: 2000 Hz
    Gate: –80 dB
    Speed: 1
    Threshold: 100 cents
    Amount: 100%
    Attack: 1 or 2 ms
    Release: 4 ms
    Pitch Blend: 0 cents
    Vibrato: 0 cents
    Vib Speed: 0 cents
    Calibrate: 440 Hz

    4. Press the OK button and allow Audacity to render the effect. (Tip: For a better sounding effect, go to the effects menu and repeat the effect.)

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  • Anonymous

    can you pls tell me step by step how to get autotune to actually work on windows 7.. please..

  • Anonymous

    HiAutotalent is a LADSPA effect and should work on any platform but is only available as source code, so that will mostly be Linux users. But To install new plug-ins, place them in the Plug-Ins folder inside the Audacity installation folder. On Windows computers, this is usually under “Program Files”.Restart Audacity, then the Plug-ins should?l appear underneath the divider in the “Effect”, “Generate” or “Analyze” menus. http://web.mit.edu/tbaran/www/autotalent-0.2_refcard.pdfGVST plug-ins http://www.gvst.co.uk/basics.htmhttp://www.gvst.co.uk/beta.htm•GGrain is one of the more experimental GVST effects. It can require high levels of CPU power and is usually best used off-line.•You can create especially interesting vocal effects using GGrain. There are a couple of useful presets to get you started. How do I install VST plug-ins? vst-bridge-1.1.exe http://audacityteam.org/vst/1.First, download and unzip the VST Enabler.2.Place the unzipped VST Enabler, along with your VST plug-ins, into the “Plug-ins” folder in the Audacity installation folder. 3.The next time you start Audacity, your VST effects will appear at the bottom of the “Effect” menu.Install VST-Bridge:Visit the dedicated page editor http://audacityteam.org/vst/ official site1. Download: vst-bridge-1.1. After unpacking.You get a VST Bridge 1.1 folder containing the “vst – bridge library (.dll based platforms).2 Place “.so bridge” (.dll depending on the platforms), as well as VST “Plug-ins” of Audacity folder modules. C:Program FilesAudacityPlug-Ins. the easiest way is to have it install the bridge into Audacity’s Plug-Ins folder. Unzip with 7zip3. At the next startup of Audacity, VST effects will appear in the menu “Effects” (while permitted by default, be sure to check in the “Audacity preferences”).”Preferences” tab Effects, Audacity, box VST Effects. Check the box ‘Search VST effects at the next startup of Audacity’Restart Audacity.freewareMiniHost is a powerful and full-fledged ASIO host that loads a VSTplugin (instrument or effect) and processes it in realtime. http://www.tobybear.de/p_minihost.htmlAnwida Soft DX Reverb Light http://www.anwida.com/product.asp?pid=7Psyclehttp://psycle.pastnotecut.org/stuff.php?action=docshttp://psycle.pastnotecut.org/database.php?action=view&fid=89&cid=1&styleid=1Wavosaurhttp://www.wavosaur.com/Aodix and stardusthttp://www.aodix.com/products.htmlFor these VST host to work, your PC must be equipped with an ASIO driver. If this is not the case, you get the message “No. ASIO driver!” you can download ASIO4ALL which should solve this problemhttp://www.asio4all.com/sharewareMaize Studiohttp://www.maizesoft.cn/cms/?q=node/3Bidule 0.9705http://www.plogue.com/?page_id=274

    Auto-Tune EVO VST
    http://www.antarestech.com/products/auto-tune-evo.shtml

    for a full T-Pain effect you need to set the effect to track a MIDI input (same if using Antares Autotune) but Audacity does not support MIDI. So you can get an approximation to the T-Pain effect (basically by setting everything to the extreme settings), but to get the real effect you need to use a VST host program that also supports MIDI (such as Cubase, Sonar, Reaper …).
    Even with auto tune, you still have to sing to get results, and good singing will result in a better sound. Auto tune will not make someone with no musical talent sound as good as T-Pain. It will take some practice to get your voice to sound the way you want to with Auto Tune

  • Anonymous

    Hi
    well its not easy and there is no one click solution, so you have to try the freewares or to go to sharewares;

    Here is another ideas?
    To get auto tune to work in audacity you must follow these steps..

    http://www.audacityteam.org/vst/ go there and download the plugin..

    go to my computer –> LocalDisc (c:) –> program files

    there should be two folders that say audacity…one simply says “audacity” the other says audacity 1.3 beta or w/e u have…open the AUDACITY folder

    Click plugins…copy the file vst-bridge.dll

    go back to program files open up AUDACITY 1.3 BETA folder

    go to plugins and past the vst-bridge.dll file in there..

    restart and open audacity..look in the effects menu and autotune should be there

    To get the t-pain effect.. set your auto tune to these settings

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

    now whats most important
    rate = .1
    onset delay = 0
    variation = 0
    onset rate = 0
    pitch amount = 0
    amplitude amount =30
    formant amount = 100

    or
    To get the t-pain effect.. set your auto tune to these settings

    key = c
    scale = major
    retune speed = 0
    scale detune = .04 cents, 441.0 hertz
    humanize = 0
    natural vibrato = 0.0

    now whats most important
    rate = .1
    onset delay = 0
    variation = 0
    onset rate = 0
    pitch amount = 0
    amplitude amount =.3
    formant amount = 1

    1-To download G-snap plug-in : http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm and choose “Download GSnap / Grymmjack skin” .

    2-You will have a folder containing two icons : GSnap-GJ.dll and and GVSTLicense ..so copy the ” GSnap-GJ.dll ” .

    3-Open My Computer->Local Disk->Program Files->Audacity->Plug-ins and paste ” GSnap-GJ.dll ” ( you should have Audacity 1.3 Beta (Unicode) ) .

    4-Open Audacity and open the file already recorded .

    5-Effect-> GSnap .

    6-Apply these settings : MIN. FREQ 40 Hz – MAX. FREQ 2000 Hz – GATE (-80)dB – SPEED 1

    THRESH 100 cents – AMOUNT 90% – ATTACK 1ms – RELEASE 1ms

    P.BEND 0 cents – VIBRATO 0 cents – VIB. SPEED 0.1HZ – CALIBRATE 430 Hz

    INPUT SOURCE TRACKING : FIXED CONFIGURE : Key : G Scale : Major and Check Set Threshold to Fill Gaps OK , and Ok

    7-The effect will be applied and play the track

    P.S: If you had no change to the voice , apply the effect many times.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZGVDy6aWNQ&feature=related

    there is also
    AutoTalent Filter in AudaCity
    http://www.olilarkin.co.uk/index.php?p=freeplugins

    • Anonymous

      Thnks for replying and giving such info….but unfortunately from all the methods you referred only GSnap works for me….I have copied AutoTalent.dll to Plugins folder but it won’t show up in Effects Menu….any Help???

  • Anonymous

    HiFor audacityHere are the steps to begin auto-tuning:1. Have Audacity, the VST Bridge Plug-in, and Gsnap installed. http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htmhttp://audacityteam.org/vst/2. Start Audacity, and make a recording or open up a sound. 3. Go to the effects menu and select the GVST: Gsnap effect. From there you need to set all the settings to the following values:Min Frequency: 80 HzMax Frequency: 2000 HzGate: –80 dBSpeed: 1Threshold: 100 centsAmount: 100%Attack: 1 or 2 msRelease: 4 msPitch Blend: 0 centsVibrato: 0 centsVib Speed: 0 centsCalibrate: 440 Hz4. Press the OK button and allow Audacity to render the effect. (Tip: For a better sounding effect, go to the effects menu and repeat the effect.)

    The following explanations concerning the use of the AUTOTUNE VST version only and non-DX!
    Start with “automatic detection” mode and not graphic
    Chord of C major
    Retune = 0
    Tracking =67
    In section vibrato you can put any parameter at. 0 except:
    -Amplitude =30
    -Formant =100
    Pitch button can be “tweaked” for voice over effect.
    Voice input type: it is your choice but I advise alto/tenor
    The main objective of Autotune is to correct the imperfections of voice, “amplitude and forming” function
    must be at their maximum if you want to find the “T-Pain” effect

    tips:
    After you have saved a good voice, use software that allows to change the pitch of a wav… (melodyne waves vocal bundle, soundforge) and adjust the pitch on a major chord (ideally the same as your autotune). The final will much more smooth, mellow and less assaulting a ear.

    AnalogX Vocoder
    http://www.analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/vocoder/Freeware.htm
    allows you to load up two wave files and modulate one based off the other for a very useful effect. The effect is very common in dance music, but can also be use to make sounds pulse with the beat, etc.

    shareware magix music maker; cubase, adobe audition

    • silverknight

      I wasn’t able to get any change to my recording with your settings.