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T4k Tutorials - How to Auto-Tune in Audacity (GSnap)

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Published on May 5, 2012

Here's how you can get that overly-abused autotune effect on your own audio for free!


First off, you need Audacity. Secondly, you need to download a plug-in called "GSnap", which you can get here: http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm

Then just drag the DLL file into Audacity's "Plug-Ins" folder.

If you're having trouble installing it, try THIS version of Audacity which is what I use.

For Windows: http://audacity.googlecode.com/files/...
For Mac: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/downl...
For Linux: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/downl...

Also, if you are using a 64-bit system and you download the 64-bit version of GSnap and it is not working, try the 32-bit version. A lot of people are apparently having trouble with getting it to work, and if you're one of those people, you've either not followed the directions properly or maybe you got the 64-bit version. Or maybe your OS is stupid or something.

So apparently a lot of fags aren't able to get this thing to work. If you're one of those people, you either hadn't followed the directions properly, have the wrong version of Audacity OR you downloaded the 64-bit version for GSnap, even if you're using a 64-bit OS. If that is the case, just download the 32-bit version and it should work. Apparently the 64-bit version isn't always working properly anymore.

If THAT doesn't work, you can try:

1) Edit
2) Preferences
3) Effects
4) Rescan VST effects next time Audacity starts.

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