Im using ardour in linux to record my own songs… The problem is that im not a good singer… so… I need extra help to make my compositions, hehehe.
I was searching for information and other daws (and windows users) has several tools for timing and pitch correction in the voices (tools like melodyne, but there are another).
Do u know if i have any alternative in linux (commercial or not) to use with ardour?
PD: I saw several threads in the forum about this, but there are very old.
x42 and graillon are limited… i think. MXtune seems stills not too usefull…
at the end i have just installed yabridge to use lin VST plugins
I think this is the more realistic solution for this porpouse
I have installed and use melodyne with yabridge in linux. It seems to work correctly.
I have also use wave tune v14 n linux with yabridge. It works… but witha lot of crashes… that creates “nosie” to the tracks… I have not probe to use it with linvst
I use gsnap with with MIDI. It makes really great results and the correction sounds naturally. But it’s not so easy to use. With mxtune, i get more a robotic sound…
And gform for pitch shifting. https://www.gvst.co.uk/