This week’s tutorial is an explanation of AutoTune’s Retune Speed.
AutoTune is heard on countless records & doesn’t seem to be leaving us anytime soon.
It’s important for engineers, producers, & even artists to understand how the parameters of AutoTune really works.
In this video, we talk about one of the biggest parameters for AutoTune - the Retune Speed. Retune Speed plays a big role in how the AutoTune effect will sound and we give you the details on how it works.
Follow along as professional engineer Realistic breaks down AutoTune’s Retune Speed.
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Realistic is a Music Producer and Engineer located in the Twin Cities. He has been producing music for Hip-Hop & Pop music since 2004. In 2017 he graduated with an AAS in Music Production & Engineering. Real is the chief mixing engineer for SoundOracle.net where mixes all loops & sounds on the site & also provides mixing & mastering services on the site to artists & producers.
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