Press "Enter" to skip to content

Using Logic Pro’s Pitch Correction Plug IN With VoiceOver & Comparing to Waves Tune Real-Time & AutoTune Access

If you are a blind musician or producer using Apple’s Logic Pro who has been curious about how the Pitch Correction Plug-in works and how it compares to some third party plug-in options, this screen reader friendly tutorial is for you. This covers how to use the built in Logic Pitch Correction Plug-in and then covers 2 alternatives, Waves Tune Real-Time and Autotune Access, all with VoiceOver, the built in screen reader on MacOS.
If you find this tutorial helpful, drop a line through the email link at the top of the page, or tag LogicDotBand on twitter or Facebook and let us know. If you received any value from these tutorials, share some value back with a one time donation. There is also the option for on going “Patreon” style subscription donations, as well. Also if you’d like to go deeper on any of these topics book some one on one training.

Things to be aware of

Waves. Tune Real-Time is the only accessible option of the Waves Tune series of plug in’s at this time. Waves Tune, or Waves Tune LT are not accessible. While at the time of this writing around Black Friday, Waves Tune Real-Time is on sale for $29, that may not always be the sale price. However Waves is pretty much never not running a sale so you will rarely if ever see it for full price, it may just not always be a sale price of $29.
AutoTune Access on the other hand is usually $99 and doesn’t go on sale as much as the Waves Plug-in does, so if you like it, try to grab it while on sale if you can. The other option is AutoTune Unlimited which is a subscription that offers all the versions of Autotune, and All the AVox plug-ins (which includes Harmony Engine and other vocal FX like a compressor and De-esser, as well as Mutator) along with some other cool things like their Vocoder and Vocal sampler for one monthly or yearly subscription price. The yearly subscription is on sale at the moment.
If you are looking for a tutorial on Flex Pitch in Logic with Voiceover, check out this tutorial from AccessMTech.
Some links on this page maybe affiliate links and will help support the site.

%d bloggers like this: