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Monday September 17, 2018
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Synchro Arts is proud to announce the release of Revoice Pro 4. Revoice Pro 4—the ultimate toolbox for timing and pitch adjustment—has over 70 new features and improvements over the previous version. These include much improved handling of musical vibrato, the new APT Music and Dialog modes, numerous graphic and workflow improvements, ARA 2 support and iLok Cloud licensing.
Revoice Pro 4 product trailer.

Direct URL: https://youtu.be/xNL3Lwn2Y2g

What's new in Revoice Pro 4?

https://youtu.be/DWJ0CWvoEucRevoice Pro 4

walkthrough—for music producers

https://youtu.be/dW01NJhDuFk

About Revoice Pro

Since its initial launch in 2012, Revoice Pro has become a staple for timing and pitch adjustment for vocals, dialog and instruments for audio engineers in both the music and post production industries. Its users do not only appreciate the time they save on editing tasks, but also the program’s ability to retain the natural sound and feel of the original recording, even while performing significant adjustments to the audio. Revoice Pro’s unique Audio Performance Transfer (APT) function can clone the timing, pitch and level of one audio track and apply it to another (or several others)—perfect for tightening up multi-layered vocal tracks, and for dialog replacement in film. Revoice Pro also offers comprehensive manual adjustment of timing, pitch and vibrato, a de-esser and a fantastic sounding doubler.

Revoice Pro 4

Revoice Pro 4 raises the bar further with its over 70 new features and improvements. Highlights include the new Vibrato Warp function, which intelligently identifies the singer’s vibrato characteristics, and retains them—even when time stretching or compressing their voice. With other time-modifying applications, the vibrato speeds up or down when the length of a part is altered. The unique Audio Performance Transfer has been further refined, and users can choose between APT Music and Dialog modes depending on the task at hand, for even better results when aligning the pitch, time or level of one track to another. Numerous graphic and workflow improvements, such as user-definable key commands, have also been implemented. Revoice Pro is now ARA 2 compatible, which means significantly improved integration with ARA 2-ready DAWs. And last but not least, Revoice Pro 4 users now have the choice to use iLok Cloud licensing for authorization, meaning there’s no need for an iLok USB Key to run or try the application.

Release date

Monday September 17, 2018

Revoice Pro 4 introductory prices

Introductory period ends October 17, 2018—after which the normal prices (in red) will apply. All prices below exclude sales tax/VAT.

Americas

New full license: $479 ( $599 )
Upgrade from previous Revoice Pro versions: $144 ( $180 )

EU – except UK

New full license: €367 ( €459 )
Upgrade from previous Revoice Pro versions: €108 ( €135 )

UK and rest of World

New full license: £333 ( £416 )
Upgrade from previous Revoice Pro versions: £99 ( £124 )

Upgrades are free to users who bought Revoice Pro 3.3 on March 12, 2018, or later.

Demo license and more information: www.synchroarts.com

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