Recording in 432 hz! How to detune vsti saxophone? Solution found!!!!

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Recording in 432 hz! How to detune vsti saxophone? Solution found!!!!

Post by M@rkus » Thu Jan 16, 2020 9:47 am

Edit!

I found that the freebee !G-snap pitch correction" allowed me to detune MIDI to 432 hz! :D




Hi, all!

I´m about to record in 432 hz, and with guitar and bass it´s fine. But what about, let´s say, a vsti saxophone? How do I detune that to 432 hz?
I know that the sax in Kontakt is easily detuned, but I don´t have the saxophone in Kontakt! I´ve got freebies like DVS saxhophone and others, and of course audio samples of saxophones.

Is there somewhere in Mixcraft where I can detune to 432 hz on a vsti? When I look at the midi settings it seems you can only detune in semi notes, and that is a bit too much...

Also, If I decide to use audio samples, Is there a way to detune smaller steps than in semi notes?

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Re: Recording in 432 hz! How to detune vsti saxophone? Solution found!!!!

Post by MCaddict » Thu Jul 23, 2020 1:54 pm

I too would love to know how to fine tune virtual instruments
I want to take different solo horns on different tracks then detune them to give it a more realistic sound for brass sections

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Re: Recording in 432 hz! How to detune vsti saxophone? Solution found!!!!

Post by jlouvar » Thu Jul 23, 2020 2:15 pm

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Re: Recording in 432 hz! How to detune vsti saxophone? Solution found!!!!

Post by Mark Bliss » Thu Jul 23, 2020 2:39 pm

Hey Markus, thats great that you found a workaround!
Perhaps you could share the details. We seem to get a few people interested in that from time to time. 8)
Stay in tune, Mark

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