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    Pitch shifters

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    Hi everyone
    I have started writing songs for female singers so I decided to make my voice sound female.I sing in a lower register then shift it an octave.. adjust formant etc and the results are quite acceptable however the main problem apart from latency is glitchy notes.
    I have tried quite a few vsts but they all seem to suffer from the same problem ( and I cant afford high end gear).
    So...what actually causes the "glitching" It might help me pre process the vocal prior to the shifter.
    Appreciate any help/ ideas.
    Txs Bryan

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    Can you post an example of “glitchy?”

    How’s your falsetto?


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    Hi Gregg
    I have been experimenting using Melodyne to pitch shift an octave then a bit of formant tweaking then Izotope Nectars pitch shift
    but only adjust the formant … It works well to get the right sound ..anyway it is only for female singers to follow.. they are quite happy with
    the process
    Cheers

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