Waves Tune - Pitch Transforming Plug-In (Native)

Waves Tune - Pitch Transforming Plug-In (Native)

Waves Tune - Pitch Transforming Plug-In (Native)

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Product Highlights

  • Automatic Pitch Correction
  • Dozens of Preset Scales for Accuracy
  • 7 Preset Vocal Ranges
  • Exempt Specific Notes from Correction
  • 64-bit Processing
  • Audio Units
  • RTAS/AudioSuite
  • VST
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows 7
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Waves Tune overview

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Waves Tune Native is an easy to use pitch/formant correcting plug-in that delivers an exceptional level of sound quality and transparency.

Waves Tune will automatically tune a vocal track, making the changes as gentle or as aggressive as required, using default parameters or custom settings. You can choose the singer's general range (generic, bass, baritone, tenor, alto, mezzo soprano, or soprano) or change the range manually as needed. Selecting the root note and scale allows the plug-in to correct to the notes in that key. In addition to dozens of preset scales, custom scales can be created. You can even choose to bypass notes entirely, leaving them "as is."

Performs pitch correction of vocals and other instruments with a high level of transparency
Allows for changing individual notes or entire melodies as easily as manipulating MIDI notes, while formant correction provides completely natural-sounding results
Features a familiar "piano-roll" interface which displays the original pitch, the corrected pitch and individual notes, offering intuitive and flexible operation
Work in perfect sync with most host applications and allows for doing all the editing from within the Waves Tune interface without being bound to a specific section of a track
ReWire support lets the user listen to their edits in real-time, together with the rest of the tracks, starting playback from any timeline position
Natural Vibrato can be tweaked for maximum realism or Synth Vibrato can be fine tuned to transform a sound
Dozens of standard and exotic scales are provided, or custom scales can be created with amazing flexibility
MIDI files can be exported for doubling vocal parts using a synthesizer or sampler, or to create note-for-note transcriptions
All edits are non-destructive and saved with the session
3 timeline modes including bars/beats, minutes/seconds and samples
Up to 24-bit / 96 kHz resolution
Mono and Stereo components


Global Controls
  • Reference Pitch: 220 Hz to 880 Hz
  • Shift: -1200 cents to 1200 cents
  • Formant: Corrected/Non-Corrected
  • Range: Generic, Bass, Baritone, Tenor, Alto, Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano
  • Receive MIDI: On/Off
  • Export to MIDI file
  • Pitch Shift Meter: -100 cents to 100 cents
  • Timeline and Display Preferences Menu
Edit Window Controls
  • Piano Roll: 2 octave display
  • Edit Scale
  • Select All
  • Clear Selection
  • Auto Scrolling: On/Off
  • Horizontal/Vertical Zoom: +/-
  • Reset Zoom
Segmentation Controls
  • RootNote: Semi-tone Scale
  • Scale: 43 Pre-defined presets
  • Note Tolerance: 0% to 100%
  • Natural Vibrato Segmentation: On/Off
  • Apply
Edit Tools
  • Note, Scissors, Pencil, Zoom, Curve, Glue, Line and Navigate
  • 32 levels
Correction Controls
  • Speed: 0 mS to 800 mS
  • NoteTransition: 0 mS to 800 mS
  • Ratio: 0% to 100%
Natural Vibrato Controls
  • Natural Vibrato: On/Off
  • Attack: 0 mS to 2000 mS
  • Amount: 0.0 to 2.0
Synth Vibrato Controls
  • Synth Vibrato: On/Off
  • Waveform: Sine, Triangle, Square, Sawtooth
  • Depth: -300 cents to 300 cents
  • PreDelay: 0 mS to 5000 mS
  • Attack: 0 mS to 2000 mS
  • Rate: 1 Hz to 20 Hz
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Waves Tune specs

System Requirements Mac
Core Duo 2.3 GHz
OS X 10.6.8 to 10.7
1024 x 768 minimum display resolution
Host application that supports Audio Units, RTAS, AudioSuite, and VST plug-in formats

Intel Core 2 Duo GHz/AMD Athlon 64 or equivalent
Windows 7
1024 x 768 32-bit minimum display resolution
Host application that supports RTAS, AudioSuite, and VST plug-in formats

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