Before we begin, I just have to be completely honest and say I’m not an expert in the use of pitch correction or auto-tune, because I rarely use them, however, I recently had to, so I figured I’d share what I learned.

In today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how I recently used pitch correction in the manner consistent (at least in sound) with Travis Scott and other hip-hop artists of the day.

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Pitch-correction is almost always used in the recording process, and every artist uses it, from metal bands, rock bands, pop singers, and so on and so forth.

Similar to ghost-writers and professional producers/writers working on your favorite artist’s latest record, it’s just a part of the business and it’s a part of how the game is played at a high level.

Without further ado…

How To Use Auto-Tune (Pitch Correction) In Garageband.

First things first.

You need to know the key signature of the music. This should be the first step you make.

If you want to know the key signature of the song, I just find the tonal center of the music, and then I play the notes of that scale.

For instance, when I jammed along to Dave East’s “Type Of Time” recently, I knew it was in the key of C Minor (relative major: Eb Major).

I figured it out, just by searching around on my guitar for the note on which the entire song is built, and then I played the natural minor scale up from the root note, carefully listening for each note to hear any dissonances.


If you don’t know anything about major or minor scales, I suggest checking out, as they have great tutorials for beginners to music theory. Also, Mark Sarnecki’s book, which I wrote about here.

You can also use the tool,

TuneBat is a pretty good resource for quickly finding the key signature of a song. They have quite a bit in there.

Personally, I like figuring it out for myself that way I don’t have to depend on the software, however, if you’re only a music producer rather than a musician, sight-reading or improvising skills really aren’t that important.

Also, understand that pitch-correction and auto-tune are used only for recordings and obviously not MIDI recordings.

1) Open a new project/already existing project.

2) Hit (Command + Option + A) to bring up an Audio track.

3) You’ll see down in the Smart Controls the way the Audio looks in wave format, in addition to a few different settings including, “Limit to Key,” and “Enable Flex.”

4) From here, what you want to do is hit the “Enable Flex” and “Limit Key” check-boxes to ensure that when you record some vocals or other music, the pitch correction tool will come in keep everything in the key.

5) At this point, I’m sure you’re already familiar with the key signature option at the top center of the DAW, but for the sake of clarification, I’ll speak of it anyway.

Just go up to the top-center where it displays the beats per minute, measure, time signature, and the tempo. You can adjust the key signature from there.

/antares-tube-vst-mac.html. 6) Now, if you want to make auto-tune work in the style of, say, for example, T-Pain, you’re going to need to know the key signature of the track in which to sing.

7) Depending on how much auto-tune you want to use, you can adjust the pitch correction on a 1-100 scale within the Smart Controls.

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If you put it all the way to 100, that’s obviously the most amount of pitch-correction you can use.

8) The next step is to begin recording your vocals, and then listen to how the pitch correction tool has changed the way your vocals sound.

In the Instagram post below, you can see what it sounds like without pitch correction and with the pitch-correction all the way up to 100.

The first thing that you hear is the out-of-key version of “Stargazing” from Travis Scott.

You’ll notice when I say the word, “Stargazing,” it sounds out of key. But then after I adjust the pitch the correction to 100 it starts to sound good.

In conclusion, the steps I laid out above is how you pitch-correct a vocal track. However, if you want to use auto-tune as a creative tool in the style of Travis Scott, then there are additional details.

It’s worth mentioning that between 65 and 75 is the best range for the pitch correction tool if you’re just trying to correct those imperfections.

Also, it’s best to give the best singing performance possible, because the pitch correction tool works at its most optimal when the notes are only slightly off.

If you just sing wildly out of tune, the benefit of using the pitch correction software is lost. You can try it for yourself some time to see what I mean.

How To Use Auto-Tune Like Travis Scott

For this, it’s pretty much the same thing as the steps listed above, but we have to add a few more effects, including delay, reverb, and a bit of compression as well, actually, probably a lot.

For the sake of clarity, I’ll run through these steps once again.

1) Bring up your audio track using the (Command + Option + A) function.

2) Click on the Audio Region.

3) Click on Track.

4) Check both boxes, “Limit to Key,” as well as “Enable Flex.”

5) Hit Record on your Audio Track, and then record yourself singing whatever it is that you want to sing.

If I were you, I would make sure that you have the “Feedback Protection” box clicked, just in case.

Also, if you’re going to use your computer’s built-in microphone, you’ll have to plug headphones in due to the fact the microphone and built-in speakers are too close to each other.

If you plan on actually making legitimate vocals, obviously, it’d be a much better option to use a good microphone. From what I understand, Shure is kind of like the industry standard.


Moving on…

6) Turn the pitch-correction all the way up to 100 that way it’s working as much as possible.

7) Go into your Plug-ins, and select the options, Compressor, Platinum Verb within the Reverb options, the Stereo Delay, as well as the Channel EQ

8) First, go into your EQ, and EQ the audio track so it looks like the image I’ve laid out below.

You can see that the Lows have been boosted considerably, as well as the highs, and then the mids are cut out almost completely.

9) Then, go into your Compressor and set it at the settings you can see below in the image.

10) For the Platinum Verb, I just keep it at the default setting.

11) Now that you have your final track, you can see that it kind of has that Washed out with Reverb/Robot style which is Travis Scott’s style. I don’t mean that derisively, those are just the mannerisms that come to mind.

12) For the next step, you want to copy and paste your audio track into two new duplicate tracks, however, you’ll pan the one to the left and one to the right using the pan buttons that look like this.

13) After this, make sure you turn off the Delay off the two duplicate tracks because otherwise, there will be too much of it.

Effects like Reverb and Delay kind of add up on top of each other, so make sure to not over-use these features.

How To Use Auto-Tune (Pitch Correction) In iOS

Setting up pitch correction and auto-tune in iOS isn’t much different from how you’d do it on the Mac.

Without further ado.

1) The first thing you want to do, is hit the option, “+” on the top right-hand side of the screen when you first open up Garageband iOS.

2) Select the option, “Audio Recorder.” 2

3) Now, you’ll come to a little dial in the center of the screen that kind of looks like a children’s toy. Choose the Golden Microphone option titled, “Extreme Tuning.”

4) From there, go into the drop-down menu on the top-left hand of the screen and click on the “Extreme Tuning” icon.

5) Then, click on the setting that says, “Vocals.”

6) Choose the option “Lead Vocals” from there.

7) We now have five dials from which to choose, Tone, Pitch Control, Compressor, Drive, and Vocal Hall.

6) Hit the dials (that looks like a Gear) of the top-right hand side of the screen, and then click on “Track Controls,” which whill then bring up all of the plug-ins.

7) Add a little bit of Reverb and then Delay.

8) You can adjust the compressor up or down, depending on how much you want to equalize the sound.

9) From here, as I mentioned in the tutorial above, you need to figure out the key signature of your song. Considering the fact it’s the song you’ve likely written, you’ll know what the key is.

10) If you need to adjust the Key Signature, click on the icon that looks a gear, then choose “Song Settings.” From there, you can see where it gives Tempo and Key Signature options.

If you’re using someone else’s song, try

***Having the proper key signature set up is an important detail because it gives the pitch correction software a standard by which to measure and adjust.

If you have the wrong Key Signature, auto-tune won’t work properly because the tool will adjust the wrong notes to the wrong pitch.

***There’s also an Application that you can download called, “Voloco,” which acts as a harmonizer and pitch correction tool. I don’t think it’s that necessary frankly, but you can try that out.

You can refer to the Instagram post above if you want to hear the final product.

As I’ve mentioned before, probably the most important things to remember when using auto-tune and pitch correction are as follows:

  1. Adjust the amount of correction from 0 to 100
  2. Use Delay and Reverb
  3. Sing on key to really maximize the utility of pitch correction software.

And that’s pretty much it.

Anyway, I hope this helped you out. Make sure to share it on your social media if you enjoyed it.

Until next time.


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Have you ever wanted to change your voice while making videos? Or just change the voices in an existing video? You are not alone. Here are some questions people have asked on Yahoo Answer.

  • Is there any free software you can download that can change your voice in an audio or video that has already been recorded?
  • Hello, I'm making a video. I want to change my voice pitch high, low, fast, slow. I want to know if you know any software that is easy and simple. Thanks

Now comes the solution. I recommend Wondershare Filmora9, a comprehensive video editing software that's much easiler than Adobe After Effects. We'll show you how to change a recorded voice or original voice in an existing video/audio with Wondershare Filmora9. In the end, we also listed 3 best video voice changer app for Android and iOS you to have a reference. If you prefer to edit audio with online tools, you can also find one online voice changer at the end of the article.

Part 1: Step by step guide to Change the Voices in Videos in Filmora9

Filmora9 is one of the best video editing software for beginners with easy-to-use yet powerful enough video and audio editing tools. For free trial users, if you’re exporting audio from Wondershare Filmora9, there will be no watermark nor limitations. So, you can download it and experience the audio editing features for free.

Now, let's check how to add and change the voice in Filmora9 with step by step tutorial.

Step 1: Add voiceover or add videos

Wondershare Filmora9 allows you to change voice of video/audio and recorded voiceover. You can either click 'Import' on the primary windows to import video/audio files to the User's Album, or click the voiceover button above Timeline to record your own voice. The imported video/audio files could then be added to the Timeline for editing, while the recorded audio would automatically appear on Audio track.

Every time when you double click on the added video/audio or recorded voiceover on the Timeline, you will open the editing panel. You should see options such as Speed, Volume, Fade in, Fade out and Pitch.

Step 2: Change Voice by Chaning Pitch Option

Both video/audio files and voiceover on the Timeline have the Pitch option. Through it, you could easily change the voice of video or recorded voiceover. Just drag the little triangle button to a desired position. The value will vary from -12 to 12.

Step 3: Change Voice in Video by Setting Speed (Optional)

As you could see, there are 4 settings for the Speed option. The Video Speed option will take effect on both video and audio track you selected. For music files and voiceover, the Speed option also works but only affect the audio itself.

Step 4: Export changed video/audio

When you are satisfied with the changed voice, it's time to save the video or audio. All popular video formats and MP3 audio formats are supported. To do so, click 'Export' and select 'Format'. From the list, choose a format you want and click 'Export' button. The file will be exported to the specified folder on computer.

Tips: Always preview your video/audio on the preview windows to ensure it's what you want before exporting.

Part 2: 3 Best Video Voice Changer Apps for iPhone and Android

Besides changing voice in video with the desktop software like Wondershare Filmora9 video editor, you can now try some video voice changer apps for Android and iPhone. The process is quite simple. Try out the video voice changer app that lets you change your voice throughout the video.

1. Video Voice Changer and Editor

You select a video and trim it or leave it as it is as per your choice. If you wish to trim the video, it is created and from this video, the audio part is separated. The list of voice effects includes the voice of men and women of various ages and chipmunks. You can select anyone from the list of voice effects and modify the audio file. You are then prompted to check the audio for changes or directly move on to create the video. The result is indeed amusing and hilarious.

Support: Android

2. Video Voice Changer FX

The video voice changer app helps you to make your viewers enjoy thoroughly when you change your voice to the sounds of various funny creatures. It is very simple as you just need to record a video or choose one from the SD card, select the voice effects like the devil, alien, robot, squirrel, etc. and your video is ready.

Support: Android

3. DubYou

Make your friends laugh with DubYou video voice changer app. From sharing your photos with a background commentary to making your pet talk, echo sound creation to changing the complete sound of the video, you can try all with this video voice changer and share it on the social network like Facebook, Vimeo, and more.

Support: iOS

We have also selected some best pitch change apps for iOS and Android, hope you will enjoy changing pitch in video with those best pitch changer apps.

Part 3: Change Video Voice with Online Voice Changer


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You can upload the audio from your computer or use the microphone to record your own voice over. Remember, the audio file is limited to 100 MB at uploading. This online voice changer provides about 50 voice templates that you can use including Dalek Robot, Alien Robot, Frog Robot, Ghost, and chipmunk.

You can download the changed voice in .wav format without any difficulty. Besides, also allows you to create customizable voice by adding audio effects such as pitch shift, phaser, speed, and alien robot. It also provides a Female and Male voice to try if you don’t want to upload your own voice file.


Above are the simple free ways that you can change voice in videos. You can complete the voice changing via some desktop video editing software like Filmora9 or with the online video changer tool. Some good voice changer apps may not list above but please share your favorite in the comment and let me know your choice.

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