MixCoach Podcast 030 : Vocal Tuning – “To tune, or not to tune?”

In this episode, Kevin talks about when to tune and when not to tune, as well as, what tuning tools to use in specific circumstances.
Question: What tools have you had success, or complete failure, using to tune vocals?

By Jon Wright

As a graduate of MTSU with a degree in Audio Engineering and Technology Jon has been working as a full time mixer and engineer in Nashville. He loves running, writing, and all forms of entertainment. He also enjoys long walks on the beach with his wife.

3 comments

  1. Hi Kevin.

    I’ve used Melodyne since 2005. I rewire it into Sonar and it works great. I’ve tuned vocals, guitars, horns you name it. I’ve gotten pretty fluid with it.

    I’ll be moving up to Editor once I’ve changed over to Win7. I’m looking forward to DNA.

    Thanks for the great site.

    Paul

  2. Reaper has a plugin called ReaTune that works great for touching up small fixes in a hurry. I also use melodyne as an external editor and is amazing. I tune when its absolutly needed apart from killing the vibe of the song

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