Various preferences for audio processing, file locations, display colours and editing are set in the Preferences control panel.

Select Revoice Pro > Preferences...  from the main menu at the top of your screen when Revoice Pro is the active application. You will see this window:


Audio Processing

Processing: sets the internal precision of audio signal processing operations to 32 or 64 bit

Output File Format: sets the file format (WAVE or AIFF) of exported audio files, and their resolution (16/24 bit fixed point, 32/64 bit floating point)

Set Playback Range track to top of window: see Setting screen position of Playback Range track

Audio Output: sets the sound output destination that you want to use with Revoice Pro

Follow DAW Playback: if checked, Revoice Pro playback will follow replay operations on a connected DAW

Enable Tuning Preview: see Tuning preview

Centre Horizontal Zoom: when enabled, if the playhead is not visible the zoom function will be centred about the centre of the display. If not enabled it will be centred around the left hand end of the display

Disable Track Scroll Wheel: when set stops individual tracks from scrolling vertically

Audio Drawing: sets the resolution of audio waveform drawing for different screen types

Render Mode and Auto render before playing: see Rendering and background processing

Automatically Save Sessions: automatically saves sessions periodically

Send Reports to Synchro Arts: sends reports on the features you have used in Revoice Pro. Does not send any audio.

Create tracks automatically in ARA link plug-ins: automatically creates the tracks needed for plug-in processes when using ARA link plug-ins with a DAW

Temporary File Location

See Locations of files


On the Colours tab you can set the display colours for various different features and elements displayed in Revoice Pro. Note this is only available on macOS.


On the Editing tab you can set various options that apply when Manually adjust timing, pitch and level.

Show frequency in Hz: when pitch editing, shows note frequency in Hz as well as musical pitch and cents

Show Slip Controls: see Note boundaries

Anchor on Note Start & End Pitch: determines the point in a note used to reference any tilt or shift in pitch when editing. See Adjusting blocks

Anchor on Note Pitch Center: (default) determines the point in a note used to reference any tilt or shift in pitch when editing. See Adjusting blocks

Show data group controls in context menus: see Block data group controls