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Rulew wrote on 12/10/2012, 1:13 PM

Where exactly is this auto-tune effect found?  I went to the web site for more information but saw nothing about the auto-tune effect.  I would really check it out.  Also, I need help getting the sounds from Music Maker Premium into Music Maker 2013.  Can you give me directions?   HELP!!!

Russell

mfry1970 wrote on 12/19/2012, 10:46 AM

Rulew,

If you search for Auto-Tune you will not find it. In Magix it is called "Elastic Audio". Follow the steps above (1-5) to get the "Auto-Tune" like effect.

I hope that helps.

Rulew wrote on 1/2/2013, 9:55 PM

Thanks, I'll try it.

RuLewis

curtisfiles wrote on 9/6/2014, 7:22 AM

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tranceful wrote on 11/26/2016, 11:04 PM

this post from 2012 and now i'm in movermber 2016

i have magix 2017

no auto tune 

Jesse-Torres wrote on 11/23/2018, 2:13 PM

I just purchased Magix 2019 Plus Edition and it does not have Elastic Audio included and all the videos I saw of it shows it included so since I planned on upgrading and this was supposed to be on this version I bought it.

Can someone please give some info on this matter?

ralftaro wrote on 8/16/2019, 4:51 AM

@tranceful @Jesse-Torres

The "Elastic Audio" component was superseded by the more streamlined "Vocal Tune" years ago. You'd still find this in the same manner as "Elastic Audio", e.g. by right-clicking on an audio object to bring up the context menu, and going to the "Pitch & Tempo" sub menu => "Vocal Tune" option. The current hotkey is "S".

In the more current product generations that use the "freemium" concept and the in-app store system (i.e. starting in version 2018 = 25.x), you'd need to make sure to own the "Plus FX" feature pack via the in-app store in order to be able to access Vocal Tune in the first place.

I hope this info helps!