When it comes to editing vocals and audio, Melodyne is arguably the industry standard software for the job. Here's what's new in the 'more musical' Melodyne version 5.
Forget the days of tedious audio editing - here's how to quickly create complex, auto-generated harmonies in just a couple of minutes.
Recorded with a collection of vintage tube microphones in world famous EastWest Studio 3, this new instrument lets you create your own backing vocals entirely in software.
The next generation of vocal synthesis is about to drop from Waves Audio. The OVox Vocal ReSynthesizer promises better ways to transform vocal tracks and productions.
A few simple steps can help you avoid ruined takes and let you get the best vocal recordings possible. Find out how in this short tutorial.
Taking your vocal productions to the next level, whether you want robotic or natural sounding tracks becomes a lot easier when using pitch correction. Here's what you need to know before jumping in.
Automatic scale detection, warp improvements, formant shifting and more can be found in this new update which is free for existing users.
Software lets us use advanced tools to create any vocal harmony we like out of a single vocal part. But is it better to record everything live? Josh Carney has the answer.
Has vocal synthesis just got real? Find out with EmVoice.
Add dynamic interest to vocal tracks when mixing EDM in Pro Tools or any other DAW with these quick tips and techniques. Alex Solano explains all.
Get everything from subtle correction to hard, EDM-style vocal shifting with Antares Auto-Tune EFX+. Josh Carney shows you how.
Get complete control over your vocal takes from fine tuning to changing key using Flex Pitch in Logic. Josh Carney shows you how in this short video.
Impeccable samples, well-scripted velocity layers and more make up this whopping 40GB sample-based instrument focusing on operatic voices. Matt Vanacoro took it for a spin.
Hear some popular mics tried and tested in this Logic Pro X recording shootout with producer Josh Carney to better understand your mic choices and positioning options when recording.
You may have come across formants when dealing with pitch shifting or vocals, but what exactly are they? Joe Albano explains all in this handy guide.