Did you always wanted to make a robotic vocal effect like me ? Auto-Tune was used to produce the prominent effect on Cher’s “Believe”, recorded in 1998. When first
interviewed about this, the sound engineers claimed that they had used a vocoder, in what Sound on Sound perceives as an attempt to preserve a trade secret.
You can add the effect to your samples or record the effect live with FL Studio.
Without Autotune effect :
With Autotune effect :
Make sure you’ve purchased Antares AutoTune, or have picked up the demo.
Install Asio4all and Antares AutoTune.
In FL Studio go to Audio settings ( Options>Audio settings)
Now we are going to add some effects, go to insert 1 or what you want.
Add Auto-Tune VST and Reverb. ( you can put delay, flanger, chorus but its your flavor :) )
Change the input settings to” audio input 1.”
Open Autotune and we are going to change some things :
- Input type : Alto/Tenor Voice
- Key : It Depends on your track note
- Scale : Minor
- Retune : 0
Add Edison in your mixer, now you can record your own voice with Autotune effect ! ( Or you can select the Channel number of your Autotune to your sample if you already have a recorded vocal, remember to chose the right keytone of your vocal )
Share your tips, and questions, in the comments.