Jan 19 2018 | 7:53 am
is it possible to create an auto tune patch? Vocals in and freq snapped to closest value? New to max any help would be great.
- Jan 21 2018 | 4:01 pmAkihiko Matsumoto has created one http://akihikomatsumoto.com/maxmsp/autotune.html (scroll to the bottom and you will see the download for the patch...if you don't read Japanese you can use translator for website itself, patch is pretty self-explanatory). Video of the patch in action also at the bottom of his page.
- Jan 22 2018 | 1:24 pmgreat thanks.
- Jul 27 2018 | 9:18 amHi, Is it possible to share the .maxpat of the Matsumoto's autotune ? I've just tryed to download it but I think the link was dead. Thanks
- Jul 31 2018 | 12:03 amLink worked for me! Here is the file.
- Oct 22 2018 | 5:48 pmYou are sharing a dead link, I just want to know how to auto tune a sound.
- Oct 22 2018 | 7:26 pmPerhaps the retune~ object would be of interest to you, Martin.
- Oct 22 2018 | 9:47 pmI did find the retune~ object, but I am having trouble figuring out how to make it alter the tone of a sound I am importing. I found that I can change the speed of an mp3 that I am using, which changes how it sounds, but it is not what I am actually trying to do. The demonstrations built into the retune~ object seem to only work with a kslider as far as I can tell. I asked my professor for help and he was not able to make the retune~ object alter the imported sound either.
- Oct 28 2018 | 5:52 pmhey, look closer at all the tabs of retune~ helpfile. it’s really designed to accomplish what you are trying to do. kslider does nothing more than output midi note and velocities numbers ; and retune knows how to interpret those midi notes ; but you have a lot of other different options to set the pitch map you want to retune your input sound to.