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Variaudio 2.0 Vst


VariAudio 2.0 VST for Vocal Pitch Correction




VariAudio 2.0 is a powerful feature in Cubase Pro that allows you to edit the pitch and timing of monophonic audio tracks, such as vocals, in a graphical way. You can use VariAudio 2.0 to correct pitch errors, adjust intonation, create harmonies, and transform melodies. In this article, we will show you how to use VariAudio 2.0 to improve your vocal recordings.


How to activate VariAudio 2.0




To use VariAudio 2.0, you need to have Cubase Pro installed on your computer. You also need to have a monophonic audio track that contains a vocal recording. To activate VariAudio 2.0, follow these steps:




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  • Select the audio track that you want to edit.



  • Open the Sample Editor window by double-clicking on the audio event or by selecting Audio > Open Sample Editor from the menu bar.



  • In the Sample Editor window, click on the VariAudio tab on the left side panel.



  • Click on the Edit VariAudio button to enable VariAudio 2.0.



  • Cubase will analyze the audio and split it into segments that represent the individual notes sung. You can adjust the segmentation settings by clicking on the Segments button and changing the parameters such as Threshold, Minimum Length, and Smart Controls.




Once you have activated VariAudio 2.0, you can start editing the pitch and timing of the notes.


How to edit pitch with VariAudio 2.0




VariAudio 2.0 allows you to edit the pitch of each note in two ways: manually or automatically.


Manual pitch editing




To manually edit the pitch of a note, you can use the mouse to drag the note up or down in the Pitch & Warp display. You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the note by semitones or cents. You can see the original pitch and the edited pitch of each note in the Info Line at the top of the Sample Editor window.


You can also use the Quantize Pitch function to snap the notes to a predefined scale or chord. To do this, click on the Quantize Pitch button and select a scale or chord from the drop-down menu. You can also create your own custom scales or chords by clicking on the Edit button next to the menu. You can adjust the strength of the quantization by using the slider below the button.


Automatic pitch editing




To automatically edit the pitch of all notes in a segment, you can use the Pitch Correct function. To do this, click on the Pitch Correct button and select a preset from the drop-down menu. You can choose from different presets such as Natural, Tight, or Robotic, depending on how much correction you want to apply. You can also create your own custom presets by clicking on the Edit button next to the menu. You can adjust the speed and tolerance of the correction by using the sliders below the button.


How to edit timing with VariAudio 2.0




VariAudio 2.0 also allows you to edit the timing of each note in two ways: manually or automatically.


Manual timing editing




To manually edit the timing of a note, you can use the mouse to drag the note left or right in the Pitch & Warp display. You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the note by grid units or milliseconds. You can see the original position and length and the edited position and length of each note in the Info Line at the top of the Sample Editor window.


You can also use the Quantize Time function to snap the notes to a predefined grid or groove. To do this, click on the Quantize Time button and select a grid or groove from the drop-down menu. You can also create your own custom grids or grooves by clicking on the Edit button next to the menu. You can adjust the strength of the quantization by using the slider below the button.


Automatic timing editing




To automatically edit the timing of all notes in a segment, you can use the Warp function. To do this, click on the Warp button and select a mode from the drop-down menu. You can choose from different modes such as Free Warp, Straighten Curve, or Match Tempo, depending on how much warping you want to apply. You can also create your own custom modes by clicking on the Edit button next to the menu. You can adjust the sensitivity and smoothness of the warping by using the sliders below the button.


How to create harmonies with VariAudio 2.0




VariAudio 2.0 also allows you to create harmonies from a single vocal track. To do this, follow these steps:



  • Select the audio track that you want to harmonize.



  • Open the Sample Editor window and activate VariAudio 2.0 as described above.



  • Select the notes that you want to use as the basis for the harmonies. You can use the mouse or the keyboard to select multiple notes.



  • Click on the Generate Harmony Voices button and select a number of voices from the drop-down menu. You can choose from 1 to 4 voices.



  • Cubase will create new audio tracks with harmonized vocals based on the selected notes. You can see the new tracks in the Project window and in the Sample Editor window.



  • You can edit the pitch and timing of the harmony voices as described above. You can also adjust the volume, pan, and effects of each voice in the MixConsole window.



You can also use the Chord Track function to create harmonies that match a chord progression. To do this, you need to have a Chord Track in your project that contains the chords that you want to harmonize with. Then, follow these steps:



  • Select the audio track that you want to harmonize.



  • Open the Sample Editor window and activate VariAudio 2.0 as described above.



  • Select all notes in the segment that you want to harmonize.



  • Click on the Generate Harmony Voices button and select Chord Track from the drop-down menu.



  • Cubase will create new audio tracks with harmonized vocals based on the Chord Track. You can see the new tracks in the Project window and in the Sample Editor window.



  • You can edit the pitch and timing of the harmony voices as described above. You can also adjust the volume, pan, and effects of each voice in the MixConsole window.



Conclusion




VariAudio 2.0 is a versatile and powerful tool for vocal editing and processing in Cubase Pro. You can use it to correct pitch errors, adjust intonation, create harmonies, and transform melodies with ease and precision. You can also combine it with other features and effects in Cubase to achieve professional results. VariAudio 2.0 is one of the reasons why Cubase Pro is one of the best DAWs for vocal production.


If you want to learn more about VariAudio 2.0, you can check out [this official documentation] or [this forum thread] for more tips and tricks.


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