Revoice Pro Update for Logic Pro X 10.3
Revoice Pro always has been a great solution for working on multiple vocal tracks simultaneously. And it just got a whole lot better. The new Revoice Pro 3.3. Update now supports transferring audio from Logic Pro X using Selection Based Processing.
Revoice Pro Update
It’s quicker than ever now to transfer your tracks to Revoice Pro. Just call up the Selection Based Processing window and instantiate the Revoice Pro Link plug-in. Set the destination track within the plug-in, select your region within Logic Pro X, and press the Selection Based Processing Apply button. That’s it. Your audio will be magically transferred into Revoice Pro at the correct time position.
Transferring Multiple Audio Files
The really beautiful part is when you need to transfer multiple audio files. Just leave the Selection Based Processing window and Revoice Pro Link plug-in open. Set the next destination and next region and click Apply again. Repeat for each audio file. It took me about ten seconds to transfer four regions from Logic Pro X to four separate tracks in Revoice Pro.
Getting the processed files back into Logic Pro X is a snap too. Option-Shift-click them to drag and drop them back into Logic Pro X’s timeline. And because the time stamping is preserved between the two apps, simply use the Edit —> Move —> To Recorded Position command to have them snap back into place.
Flex Pitch is great for minor tweaks. But when you have multiple tracks that need to be worked on together, there’s nothing like Revoice Pro’s APT (Audio Performance Transfer) function. It’s easy to apply the timing and pitch from one track to multiple destinations. You can tighten up multiple vocal tracks all in one step.
Video – How to get tight backing vocals in Logic Pro 10.3 with Revoice Pro 3.3
You can see this all in action here:
What Is Revoice Pro?
Revoice Pro is a stand-alone program which includes two unique, automatic editing processes, manual time/pitch Warp processes and a double track generator. Revoice Pro’s unique APT (Audio Performance Transfer) process can automatically and instantly transfer the timing, pitch, intonation and loudness features from one vocal to one or more target vocals. APT is perfect for matching the timing and tuning of vocal tracks or syncing Automatic Dialog Replacement. And because you control the tightness, you keep it sounding natural. The APT is powered by an advanced version of Synchro Arts’ legendary VocALign. If double tracks haven’t been recorded, Revoice Pro’s Doubler process creates natural-sounding ones.
The Warp process, with an intuitive interface, provides fast, manual manipulation of audio timing, pitch, sibilants, and levels with stunningly transparent processing. What’s more, automatic grid-based pitch correction is also available that can take the time and pitch of one track and transfer it to other tracks.
Revoice Pro Trials, Downloads, And Purchasing
A 14-day free trial license (iLok-based) for Revoice Pro 3.3 is available as well as online manuals, demos and tutorial videos.
Full licenses (iLok-based) can be purchased either from their dealers or directly from the Synchro Arts Store.
There are also discounts are available on trade-ins for current VocALign owners.
Recommended Retail Price (RRP) of Revoice Pro is: $599, £374 (ex VAT) €494 (ex VAT)
Until 30th April 2017 Synchro Arts are offering 30% OFF these prices $419, £318 (ex VAT) €345 (ex VAT)
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