Synchro Arts updates Revoice Pro to version 3.3

Synchro Arts are pleased to announce the release of Revoice Pro 3.3  offering producers and engineers a unique set of vocal editing tools with unbeatable sound quality resulting in super-natural vocal production.

Revoice Pro is a stand-alone program which includes two unique, automatic editing processes, manual time/pitch Warp processes and a double track generator. It is also workflow-optimized for integration with most major DAWs. 

Revoice Pro’s unique APT (Audio Performance Transfer) process can automatically and instantly transfer the timing, pitch, intonation and loudness features from one vocal to one or more target vocals. APT is perfect for matching the timing and tuning of vocal tracks or syncing ADR. And because you control the tightness, you keep it sounding natural. The APT is powered by an advanced version of Synchro Arts’ legendary VocALign. If double tracks haven’t been recorded, Revoice Pro’s Doubler process creates incredibly natural-sounding ones. 

The Warp process, with an intuitive interface, provides fast, manual manipulation of audio timing, pitch, sibilants and levels with stunningly transparent processing. What’s more, automatic grid-based pitch correction is also available. Another unique feature is that changes to the time and pitch of one track can be instantly transferred to other tracks. With Revoice Pro 3.3, working with most DAWs is faster and easier, via simple Revoice Pro Link plug-ins or familiar drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste operations.

What’s new in Revoice Pro 3.3 

  • Major improvements to level and pitch editing – sibilants are automatically identified and instantly adjustable. 

  • New processing intensity display – showing the amount of editing the APT and Warp processes apply to the signal. 

  • Selection-based processing in Logic Pro 10.3 – new workflow transfers audio instantly to Revoice Pro. 

  • High speed, automated workflow for Studio One 3.3.4 – copy and paste multiple tracks into Revoice Pro, automatically process, and return audio to Studio One in two clicks. 

  • Further improvements in workflow and audio processing quality  



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