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New voice processing tools for home studios

Saturday 12 September, 2020

With more people using home recording setups, rather than professional studios for their podcasts, there is a growing need for access to affordable vocal processing and recording tech.

Antares Audio Technologies, the company behind Auto-Tune, has just launched a subscription-based suite of vocal processing tools.

Once a premium product for big names in popular music, a variety of plug-ins are now available for a monthly or annual subscription.

The plug-ins include Mic Mod, a microphone modeling tool that makes the mics you own sound like the mics you wish you owned, and Aspire, world’s first tool for modifying a voice’s breathiness or raspiness.

The voice correction tools are designed to help broadcasters and podcasters produce seamless quality content at home, on their personal computers.

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