Auto–Tune Pro X now supports ARA2 for Cubase/Nuendo
Santa Cruz, CA – Antares Audio Technologies, creators of Auto-Tune® and the industry standard for vocal production software, announce an update of its ﬂagship edition of Auto-Tune, Auto-Tune Pro X 10.3.1.
This new version brings added functionality including ARA2 support for current versions of Cubase/Nuendo.
Auto-Tune Pro X 10.3.1 includes new note label options, and new Graph Mode scrolling functionality for all DAWs. Additionally, Pro Tools AudioSuite compatibility has been improved. With the expanded ARA2 support for Cubase/Nuendo, Auto-Tune Pro X 10.3.1 now seamlessly integrates with most major DAWs.
Auto-Tune Pro X 10.3.1 also includes all of the features in Auto-Tune Pro X including industry-standard pitch correction, Graph Mode, fully adjustable Retune Speed, Flex-Tune, and Humanize parameters.
ARA2 is the latest iteration of the audio plug-in extension Audio Random Access (ARA). ARA2 saves
Auto-Tune users time by instantly populating the Graph Mode with the track’s pitch data, instead of having to play back the song in real time.
New Auto-Tune Pro X 10.3.1 Features
- ARA2 support for Cubase/Nuendo
- New Note Label display options
- New Graph Mode scrolling
- Pro Tools AudioSuite compatibility improvements
- Free for existing Auto-Tune Pro X owners and Auto-Tune Unlimited subscribers.
- Available with a subscription to Auto-Tune Unlimited for $24.99/mo or $174.99/year (equivalent to $14.58/mo if paid annually).
- Perpetual license: $459.00. Includes a one year subscription to Auto-Tune Unlimited.
About Antares Audio Technologies
Antares Audio Technologies is the creator of Auto-Tune®, the leading software for vocal production. As “the sound of the 21st century,” Auto-Tune has revolutionized the music industry and is used in the vast majority of The Billboard Hot 100 tracks. In 2020, Antares released Auto-Tune Unlimited, one of the music industry’s fastest growing and most inﬂuential subscription offerings. Antares’ mission is to be the global leader in vocal processing for music,
podcasting, gaming, social, and other spoken word applications. The company was founded in 1997 and remains at the cutting edge of technology and culture, with over a million copies of its software sold to date.