User Guide Index

Introduction to Revoice Pro


What is Revoice Pro?

Revoice Main ScreenRevoice Pro is a revolutionary and unique audio processing program for manipulating audio signals' time, pitch and loudness. This product is designed to work primarily with voice and monophonic instruments but may be tried creatively to work with other types of audio signals.

It provides four unique automatic processes:

  1. Audio Performance Transfer (APT)
    Gives a target audio signal (Dub) the selected timing, pitch and/or loudness characteristics of a "Guide" audio signal.
    APT is powered by and includes the most advanced version of VocALign.

  2. Realistic Doubler
    Instantly creates natural-sounding double tracks from one input signal. It can also provide creative time and pitch modulation effects.
  3. Warp
    Provides fast and easy-to-use tools to change the time and pitch of voice and monophonic instrument recordings with unmatchable quality and transparency.
  4. Spectrum Analyser
    Offers a graphical representation of short-term signal spectrum and a spectrogram display.

What is Revoice Pro used for?

Revoice Pro is designed to reduce hours of tedious manual editing of audio signals' timing, pitch, vibrato or loudness and create extremely high-quality results in a fraction of the normal time.

Applications include:


Overview of Operational Steps

The operation of Revoice Pro is streamlined to require only 4 main steps, which can process several minutes of input signals in seconds and save hours of manual editing.

These steps are Input the audio that requires time and/or pitch processing. Create the Processes:

  1. Input audio to Revoice Pro from DAWs or file systems.
    In the case of the APT process, a Guide and at least one Dub signal are required. These are shown below, loaded in the first two tracks. Below each audio track is a Process Control Track for the audio above it. A Doubler process has only one input signal, as does a Warp process.

    Audio in 2 tracks
  2. Insert Process Control Blocks into the Process Control Track(s) (as shown below) to designate what the process is, what portion of each input signal is to be used, and into which track the output is to go.Intro - Control blocks and output
    • Optionally, adjust the processing parameters if the default process settings are not adequate for that specific process.
  3. Start playback of the processed audio to check its quality
    • The processing is run automatically before playback.
  4. Export the audio back to the audio editor, or a file.

This User Guide breaks these steps down in detail.

Why is Revoice Pro a stand-alone program?

Revoice Pro has been deliberately developed as a program and not a plug-in, because there are significant speed and operational advantages over the restrictions of plug-in environments. These advantages include providing:

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