If your Antares plug-in is not showing up in Logic Pro X, please be sure that you have installed the 64-bit AU version of the plug-in.
Sep 26, 2014 In this tutorial, you'll learn how to get started and begin Auto-Tuning in Logic Pro X. Auto-Tuning Explained. According to the Google dictionary, 'Auto-Tuning is the process of using a device or facility for tuning something automatically, especially a piece of computer software which enables the correction of an out-of-tune vocal performance.'
If your license is for an older 32-bit version, you may need to purchase an upgrade to the 64-bit version.
Logic Pro X does not support 32-bit plugins.
If you have installed a compatible 64-bit AU plugin but that plug-in is not showing up in Logic Pro X, first restart your computer, restart Logic Pro X, and look again. After doing so, if you still do not see the plug-in in Logic, you may need to delete your AU cache file, which will force Logic to re-scan for plug-ins the next time you launch it.
Follow these instructions to delete Logic's AU cache:
1. Quit Logic Pro X.
2. Click on your Desktop wallpaper to focus the Finder.
3. Click on Go in the menu bar, hold down the Option key on your keyboard, and choose Library from the Go menu. This will take you to the User Library folder
4. Once inside the User Library folder, go to the Caches folder and then the AudioUnitCache folder.
5. Drag this file to the trash: com.apple.audiounits.cache
Little snitch mac os 10.5. 6. Empty the trash.
7. Restart Logic X. Your Antares plug-ins should now be available.
Antares has recently come out with a fantastic upgrade to their flagship pitch correction plug-in, Auto Tune. The new Auto Tune Pro has a completely redesigned interface, making it easier and more intuitive to use than ever.
Logic Pro’s Flex Pitch is a fantastic asset to us all, and it’s free of course. But Auto Tune Pro does things that not only does Flex pitch not do, but no other pitch correction plug-in (that I know of) does!
In this short video, I’m going to show you two specific uses for Auto Tune Pro within Logic Pro X.
The first is simple real-time pitch correction.
You might think, what’s the big deal about that? The answer is in how easy it is to set up and how natural it sounds.
The second example utilizes the MIDI-controlled audio unit version within Logic Pro X.
This allows it to listen to audio fed into its side chain input while responding to either live or pre-recorded MIDI on that track. It’s a fantastic way to creatively re-pitch vocals on the fly, particularly when paired with the return of Auto Tune Pro’s “classic” mode.
Check it out here:
You can learn about all the new features and upgrade options here: