GSnap Autotune Effect Plugin Free Download [Win+Mac]

GSnap Autotune VST Plugin Free Download for Windows/Mac in 32/64 bit. GSnap is an auto-tune effect. It can be used subtly to correct the pitch of a vocal, or, with more extreme settings, to create a robot-voice effect. It requires a monophonic input signal to operate.

GSnap: Interface of Free Autotune Plugin

The GSnap Autotune Effect Plugin features a set of 12 knobs that control all of the plug-in's parameters. Each has its function clearly labeled above and features a user-editable readout below. Additionally, twelve "switches" next to the pitch data view correspond to the twelve semitones of a full octave in the Western chromatic scale and are used to supplement the "fixed" mode of GSnap.

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The controls are divided into three groups: Detection, Correction, and MIDI. The Detection section allows you to fine-tune GSnap Free Download ability to deal with incoming audio. Correction determines the method and audible effect of the tuning algorithm. MIDI controls determine how GSnap deals with particular MIDI information.

To the left of the controls is a visual representation of the pitch of the source and "tuned" material. The source material appears as a red line graph, and the tuned material a green one. This can help the user zero in on problem notes, and also provide a secondary way (the primary being your ears!) with which to gauge GSnap's effect on the source material.

How GSnap Free Download Works?

The incoming audio is first processed by this set of controls, which help give GSnap a bit of a break by narrowing down the range of frequencies and sounds that the plug-in has to deal with.

Min Frequency: Allows the user to set the minimum frequency, in Hertz, that GSnap will consider for correction. If you know the lowest frequency that should be encountered, then setting this parameter can make pitch-detection more efficient and accurate.

Max Freq: This allows the user to set the highest frequency that will be considered for tuning. As with Min Freq, setting this can help the pitch-detection algorithm, making it more efficient and accurate. (If in doubt you can just open the Min and Max Freq settings right up).

Gate: Any source material at a level below this setting is not considered for tuning. You should set this so that GSnap ignores background noise.

Speed: The Speed parameter sets the number of wave repetitions required for pitch-detection. Lower values for Speed will allow faster pitch-detection but increase the chance of false detection, resulting in sporadic jumps in the audio's pitch. The default value should be fine in most cases.

Once a pitch has been determined, GSnap applies the specified pitch-correction. There are two modes of pitch correction: fixed scale and MIDI. Fixed scale correction has a fixed set of snap-notes, while MIDI correction is controlled in real time by MIDI data.

Fixed Mode: When this mode is selected, notes are "snapped" to a key of the user's choosing. Pressing the "Select Scale..." button located beside the "Fixed Mode" button brings up a dialog box:

When the user has selected "Midi" mode, these controls are used to set how GSnap will respond to incoming MIDI information.

Pitch Bend: Allows the user to set the maximum pitch bend. Since every 100 cents represent a Western-scale semitone, the maximum bend at 200 cents is one full tone.

Vibrato: Defines the maximum range of the vibrato applied by manipulating the modulation wheel or sending a mod wheel Continuous Controller (CC) message in a MIDI program. Like Pitch Bend, its maximum range is 200 cents or one full tone.

Speed: Represents the speed (in Hertz) of vibrato applied by MIDI when the user uses the modulation wheel or sends a modulation CC.

Calibrate: This control allows the user to calibrate the actual "tuning" of GSnap as it relates to the source material, with the number representing the frequency of the note "A" in your song. This setting affects the detected note and consequently the amount of correction.

The default of A=440 Hz is the standard tuning calibration, and should be fine for the majority of situations. However, there are many exceptions, such as when singing to a track with a fixed instrument (i.e. a pipe organ) that is tuned to A=435.

Features of GSnap Autotune Effect

  • Use with subtle settings to nudge off-key vocals back in line.
  • Extreme settings can create sounds like the famous T-Pain or Cher effect.
  • MIDI control mode allows you to fit a recording to a new melody.
  • GVST plug-ins are provided to the user at no cost. While every GVST plug-in is tested to the best of the developer's ability, no warranty or guarantee is offered to the end-user.

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