26000000664 2018-04-19T12:01:10-07:00 26000054799 false ARA (Audio Random Access) support 10 2018-04-20T14:26:07-07:00 1 1 2018-04-23T16:43:17-07:00 0 0 Currently ARA support is only offered for Auto-Tune Pro in the Studio One 3 and Studio One 4 DAWs. Auto-Tune Pro will not load as an ARA plug-in in any other DAWs that support ARA or ARA 2. <p style="">Currently ARA support is only offered for Auto-Tune Pro in the Studio One 3 and Studio One 4 DAWs.</p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Auto-Tune Pro will not load as an ARA plug-in in any other DAWs that support ARA or ARA 2.</p> 26000054799 222 26000028829 2018-06-21T11:34:02-07:00 26001293445 1 <p style="">Currently ARA support is only offered for Auto-Tune Pro in the Studio One 3 DAW.</p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Auto-Tune Pro will not load as an ARA plug-in in any other DAWs that support ARA or ARA 2.&nbsp;</p> 2 0 0 Auto-Tune Pro ARA - Compatible Host DAWs 2018-04-23T16:43:45-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-03-09T11:55:14-08:00 0 0 To load an ARA instance of Auto-Tune Pro, you must add it as an “Event FX” insert on a specific audio event. There are few ways to do so in Studio One 3. The simplest way to do this is to press and hold down the “Option / Alt” key and then click and drag the VST3 version of Auto-Tune Pro from Studio One’s “Effects” menu onto an audio event. Auto-Tune Pro will now open up with the audio data automatically tracked into Graph Mode: An alternate method is to first click on an audio event and then click on the “Event FX” drop-down tab (triangle):  Click on the "+" to open the Event FX drop-down menu: Select Auto-Tune Pro VST3 from the plug-in menu: Auto-Tune Pro will now open up with the audio data automatically tracked into Graph Mode: <p style="">To load an ARA instance of Auto-Tune Pro, you must add it as an “Event FX” insert on a specific audio event. There are few ways to do so in Studio One 3.</p><p style=""><br></p><p dir="ltr">The simplest way to do this is to press and hold down the “Option / Alt” key and then click and drag the VST3 version of Auto-Tune Pro from Studio One’s “Effects” menu onto an audio event.</p><p style=""><img class="fr-dib fr-draggable" src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763795/original/RcV63HMMb64kgYZbIPTJLiUlBNWBbYA7NA.png?1524163682" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763795/original/RcV63HMMb64kgYZbIPTJLiUlBNWBbYA7NA.png?1524163682" data-fileid="26006763795" data-uniquekey="1524163644428"></p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Auto-Tune Pro will now open up with the audio data automatically tracked into Graph Mode:</p><p style=""><img class="fr-dib fr-draggable" src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763801/original/lmepP1M7lpV8Bl5G2aNTF0AXqsmS2jPgKA.png?1524163715" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763801/original/lmepP1M7lpV8Bl5G2aNTF0AXqsmS2jPgKA.png?1524163715" data-fileid="26006763801" data-uniquekey="1524163644428"></p><p style=""><br></p><p style=""><br></p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">An alternate method is to first click on an audio event and then click on the “Event FX” drop-down tab (triangle): </p><p style=""><img class="fr-dib fr-draggable" src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006764321/original/m8nIpRiWG94UJJMxC16AanxEILV3zo7l1Q.png?1524165293" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006764321/original/m8nIpRiWG94UJJMxC16AanxEILV3zo7l1Q.png?1524165293" data-fileid="26006764321" data-uniquekey="1524165260832"></p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Click on the "+" to open the Event FX drop-down menu:</p><p style=""><img class="fr-dib fr-draggable" src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763842/original/eds5tXcWtWtrO81BpFp6F-vq4as3SE9KSA.png?1524163808" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763842/original/eds5tXcWtWtrO81BpFp6F-vq4as3SE9KSA.png?1524163808" data-fileid="26006763842" data-uniquekey="1524163644428"></p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Select Auto-Tune Pro VST3 from the plug-in menu:</p><p style=""><img class="fr-dib fr-draggable" src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763879/original/EaEm1wFl6fHtYEow85y7geBkT_hquK3LYQ.png?1524163898" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763879/original/EaEm1wFl6fHtYEow85y7geBkT_hquK3LYQ.png?1524163898" data-fileid="26006763879" data-uniquekey="1524163834948"></p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Auto-Tune Pro will now open up with the audio data automatically tracked into Graph Mode:</p><p style=""><img class="fr-dib fr-draggable" src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763887/original/7JvV9Iz-A3gVBP-HaLBz_H-lt4XwOjRpLA.png?1524163927" data-filelink="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cdn.freshdesk.com/data/helpdesk/attachments/production/26006763887/original/7JvV9Iz-A3gVBP-HaLBz_H-lt4XwOjRpLA.png?1524163927" data-fileid="26006763887" data-uniquekey="1524163834948"></p><p style=""><br></p><p style=""><br></p><p style=""><br></p><p style=""><br></p><p style=""><br></p> 26000054799 184 26000028084 2018-04-20T14:26:24-07:00 26000062034 2 <p style="">Here</p> 2 0 0 How to insert Auto-Tune Pro as an ARA plug-in in Studio One 3. 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26000062034 1 2018-04-23T08:05:25-07:00 0 0 Below is a listing of Studio One features that currently do not work with the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro: • All Time Stretching and “Audio Bend” functionality • All the audio event configuration options within the Event Inspector:     - Start / End     - File Tempo     - Speedup     - Transpose     - Tune     - Normalize     - Gain     - Fade-In     - Fade-Out     - Bend Marker     - Threshold • Use with other ARA plug-ins loaded as Event FX inserts on the same audio event that Auto-Tune Pro is loaded on • Use with audio events comprised of multiple Takes that were recorded as a looped recording • All Volume Envelope audio event operations (Fade In/Out To Cursor, Increase/Decrease Volume, Create Autofades, Create Crossfades, etc.) <p dir="ltr" style=""><em>Below is a listing of Studio One features that currently do not work with the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro:</em></p><br><p dir="ltr">• All Time Stretching and “Audio Bend” functionality</p><br><p dir="ltr">• All the audio event configuration options within the Event Inspector:</p><p dir="ltr">    - Start / End</p><p dir="ltr">    - File Tempo</p><p dir="ltr" style="">    - Speedup</p><p dir="ltr">    - Transpose</p><p dir="ltr">    - Tune</p><p dir="ltr">    - Normalize</p><p dir="ltr">    - Gain</p><p dir="ltr">    - Fade-In</p><p dir="ltr">    - Fade-Out</p><p dir="ltr">    - Bend Marker</p><p dir="ltr">    - Threshold</p><br><p dir="ltr">• Use with other ARA plug-ins loaded as Event FX inserts on the same audio event that Auto-Tune Pro is loaded on</p><br><p dir="ltr">• Use with audio events comprised of multiple Takes that were recorded as a looped recording</p><br><p dir="ltr" style="">• All Volume Envelope audio event operations (Fade In/Out To Cursor, Increase/Decrease Volume, Create Autofades, Create Crossfades, etc.)</p><p><br></p> 26000054799 99 26000028819 2018-04-23T08:05:25-07:00 26001293445 3 <p dir="ltr" style=""><em>Below is a listing of Studio One features that currently do not work with the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro:</em></p><br><p dir="ltr">• All Time Stretching and “Audio Bend” functionality</p><br><p dir="ltr">• All the audio event configuration options within the Event Inspector:</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Start / End</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - File Tempo</p><p dir="ltr" style="">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Speedup</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Transpose</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Tune</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Normalize</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Gain</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Fade-In</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Fade-Out</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Bend Marker</p><p dir="ltr">&nbsp; &nbsp; - Threshold</p><br><p dir="ltr">• Use with other ARA plug-ins loaded as Event FX inserts on the same audio event that Auto-Tune Pro is loaded on</p><br><p dir="ltr">• Use with audio events comprised of multiple Takes that were recorded as a looped recording</p><br><p dir="ltr" style="">• All Volume Envelope audio event operations (Fade In/Out To Cursor, Increase/Decrease Volume, Create Autofades, Create Crossfades, etc.)</p><p><br></p> 2 0 0 Studio One features that are unsupported for use with ARA Auto-Tune Pro 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-04-23T08:39:05-07:00 0 0 Due to the implementation of ARA support for Auto-Tune Pro, clicking on the Track Pitch+Time button within the Graphical editor mode will cause all previously generated audio data, note, and time corrections to be deleted before re-tracking all of the audio event’s audio data. Please note that this is different than the behavior of the non-ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro, which requires users to play (track) audio into the Graphical editor in real-time and does not delete previously generated note and time corrections. <div rel="clipboard_data"><p dir="ltr" style="">Due to the implementation of ARA support for Auto-Tune Pro, clicking on the Track Pitch+Time button within the Graphical editor mode will cause all previously generated audio data, note, and time corrections to be deleted before re-tracking all of the audio event’s audio data.</p><br><p dir="ltr" style="">Please note that this is different than the behavior of the non-ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro, which requires users to play (track) audio into the Graphical editor in real-time and does not delete previously generated note and time corrections.</p></div><p><br></p> 26000054799 37 26000028824 2018-04-23T08:39:05-07:00 26001293445 4 <div rel="clipboard_data"><p dir="ltr" style="">Due to the implementation of ARA support for Auto-Tune Pro, clicking on the Track Pitch+Time button within the Graphical editor mode will cause all previously generated audio data, note, and time corrections to be deleted before re-tracking all of the audio event’s audio data.</p><br><p dir="ltr" style="">Please note that this is different than the behavior of the non-ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro, which requires users to play (track) audio into the Graphical editor in real-time and does not delete previously generated note and time corrections.</p></div><p><br></p> 2 0 0 Why do all Note and Time Corrections get deleted after clicking on Track Pitch+Time? 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-04-23T08:21:38-07:00 0 0 If you load the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro onto duplicate (identical) audio events, pitch and time corrections you make in one instance of Auto-Tune Pro will be immediately applied to all other instances of Auto-Tune Pro that are loaded on copies of the same audio event. If you wish to apply different pitch and time corrections with Auto-Tune Pro to identical audio events, you must either create a duplicate (copy) of the original audio file and import the duplicate file into the Studio One project as a separate audio file, or bounce the audio event as a new independent audio file and then load Auto-Tune Pro as an Event FX insert on it after. <p dir="ltr" style="">If you load the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro onto duplicate (identical) audio events, pitch and time corrections you make in one instance of Auto-Tune Pro will be immediately applied to all other instances of Auto-Tune Pro that are loaded on copies of the same audio event.</p><br><p dir="ltr" style="">If you wish to apply different pitch and time corrections with Auto-Tune Pro to identical audio events, you must either create a duplicate (copy) of the original audio file and import the duplicate file into the Studio One project as a separate audio file, or bounce the audio event as a new independent audio file and then load Auto-Tune Pro as an Event FX insert on it after.</p><p><br></p> 26000054799 53 26000028822 2018-04-23T08:21:38-07:00 26001293445 5 <p dir="ltr" style="">If you load the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro onto duplicate (identical) audio events, pitch and time corrections you make in one instance of Auto-Tune Pro will be immediately applied to all other instances of Auto-Tune Pro that are loaded on copies of the same audio event.</p><br><p dir="ltr" style="">If you wish to apply different pitch and time corrections with Auto-Tune Pro to identical audio events, you must either create a duplicate (copy) of the original audio file and import the duplicate file into the Studio One project as a separate audio file, or bounce the audio event as a new independent audio file and then load Auto-Tune Pro as an Event FX insert on it after.</p><p><br></p> 2 0 0 ARA Auto-Tune Pro and duplicate audio events 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-04-23T08:11:42-07:00 0 0 If ARA Auto-Tune Pro is loaded on an audio event that has a different sampling rate than the Studio One project session (e.g. if the audio file has a sampling rate of 48kHz but the project’s sampling rate is 44.1kHz), Auto-Tune Pro will not play the audio region back at the correct pitch / sampling rate. Solution:  You must either convert the sampling rate of the audio file to match the project’s sampling rate or change the project’s sampling rate to match the sampling rate of the audio files you’re processing with Auto-Tune Pro. <p dir="ltr" style="">If ARA Auto-Tune Pro is loaded on an audio event that has a different sampling rate than the Studio One project session (e.g. if the audio file has a sampling rate of 48kHz but the project’s sampling rate is 44.1kHz), Auto-Tune Pro will not play the audio region back at the correct pitch / sampling rate.</p><br><u>Solution</u>:  You must either convert the sampling rate of the audio file to match the project’s sampling rate or change the project’s sampling rate to match the sampling rate of the audio files you’re processing with Auto-Tune Pro.<p><br></p> 26000054799 22 26000028821 2018-04-23T08:11:42-07:00 26001293445 6 <p dir="ltr" style="">If ARA Auto-Tune Pro is loaded on an audio event that has a different sampling rate than the Studio One project session (e.g. if the audio file has a sampling rate of 48kHz but the project’s sampling rate is 44.1kHz), Auto-Tune Pro will not play the audio region back at the correct pitch / sampling rate.</p><br><u>Solution</u>: &nbsp;You must either convert the sampling rate of the audio file to match the project’s sampling rate or change the project’s sampling rate to match the sampling rate of the audio files you’re processing with Auto-Tune Pro.<p><br></p> 2 0 0 Why are audio events played back at the wrong pitch / sampling rate? 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-04-23T08:07:38-07:00 0 0 Due to the current implementation of ARA support for Auto-Tune Pro, the Time Display setting can only be configured to “Minutes / Seconds” and not “Bars / Beats.”  This issue may be addressed in a future Auto-Tune Pro update to allow both Time Display options in the ARA version.  However, you can presently configure either Time Display option in the non-ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro. Due to the current implementation of ARA support for Auto-Tune Pro, the Time Display setting can only be configured to “Minutes / Seconds” and not “Bars / Beats.”  This issue may be addressed in a future Auto-Tune Pro update to allow both Time Display options in the ARA version.  However, you can presently configure either Time Display option in the non-ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro.<p><br></p> 26000054799 32 26000028820 2018-04-23T08:07:38-07:00 26001293445 7 Due to the current implementation of ARA support for Auto-Tune Pro, the Time Display setting can only be configured to “Minutes / Seconds” and not “Bars / Beats.” &nbsp;This issue may be addressed in a future Auto-Tune Pro update to allow both Time Display options in the ARA version. &nbsp;However, you can presently configure either Time Display option in the non-ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro.<p><br></p> 2 0 0 Why does ARA Auto-Tune Pro only display time units in minutes and seconds? 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-04-23T08:24:17-07:00 0 0 Loading ARA Auto-Tune Pro on a mono audio event that has been placed in a stereo audio track will cause any pitch and time corrections you’ve created with Auto-Tune to only be heard through the left channel while passing the right channel unprocessed. Solution:  Change the audio track’s Channel Mode to “mono,” or move the audio event to a mono audio track. <p dir="ltr" style="">Loading ARA Auto-Tune Pro on a mono audio event that has been placed in a stereo audio track will cause any pitch and time corrections you’ve created with Auto-Tune to only be heard through the left channel while passing the right channel unprocessed.</p><br><u>Solution</u>:  Change the audio track’s Channel Mode to “mono,” or move the audio event to a mono audio track.<p style=""><br></p> 26000054799 29 26000028823 2018-04-23T08:24:17-07:00 26001293445 8 <p dir="ltr" style="">Loading ARA Auto-Tune Pro on a mono audio event that has been placed in a stereo audio track will cause any pitch and time corrections you’ve created with Auto-Tune to only be heard through the left channel while passing the right channel unprocessed.</p><br><u>Solution</u>: &nbsp;Change the audio track’s Channel Mode to “mono,” or move the audio event to a mono audio track.<p style=""><br></p> 2 0 0 Why is ARA Auto-Tune Pro processing only the left channel of an audio event? 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445 1 2018-04-23T09:02:05-07:00 0 0 Unless you manually clear all note and time corrections you’ve applied to an audio event with the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro prior to removing it from the audio event’s Event FX insert list, all previously generated note and time corrections may be preserved if you reload Auto-Tune Pro to the same audio event’s Event FX insert list (or even a duplicate of the same audio event somewhere else in your Studio One project). Solution:  If you do not wish for previously generated note and time corrections to be applied to an audio event you load ARA Auto-Tune Pro onto, simply click on the Track Pitch+Time button to delete all note and time corrections, and re-track the audio into Auto-Tune Pro. <p dir="ltr" style="">Unless you manually clear all note and time corrections you’ve applied to an audio event with the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro prior to removing it from the audio event’s Event FX insert list, all previously generated note and time corrections may be preserved if you reload Auto-Tune Pro to the same audio event’s Event FX insert list (or even a duplicate of the same audio event somewhere else in your Studio One project).</p><br><u>Solution</u>:  If you do not wish for previously generated note and time corrections to be applied to an audio event you load ARA Auto-Tune Pro onto, simply click on the Track Pitch+Time button to delete all note and time corrections, and re-track the audio into Auto-Tune Pro.<p><br></p> 26000054799 30 26000028825 2018-04-23T09:02:05-07:00 26001293445 9 <p dir="ltr" style="">Unless you manually clear all note and time corrections you’ve applied to an audio event with the ARA version of Auto-Tune Pro prior to removing it from the audio event’s Event FX insert list, all previously generated note and time corrections may be preserved if you reload Auto-Tune Pro to the same audio event’s Event FX insert list (or even a duplicate of the same audio event somewhere else in your Studio One project).</p><br><u>Solution</u>: &nbsp;If you do not wish for previously generated note and time corrections to be applied to an audio event you load ARA Auto-Tune Pro onto, simply click on the Track Pitch+Time button to delete all note and time corrections, and re-track the audio into Auto-Tune Pro.<p><br></p> 2 0 0 Why are note and time corrections already applied to an audio event after loading ARA Auto-Tune Pro? 2018-04-23T16:43:44-07:00 26001293445