autotalent 0.2-6 source package in Ubuntu


autotalent (0.2-6) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Ondřej Nový ]
  * d/copyright: Use https protocol in Format field
  * d/control: Set Vcs-* to
  * Use debhelper-compat instead of debian/compat

  [ Felipe Sateler ]
  * Change maintainer address to <email address hidden>

  [ Olivier Humbert ]
  * Update copyright (http -> https)

  [ Ross Gammon ]
  * Use my Debian email address
  * Bump standards version, no changes required
  * Enable all hardening options
  * Move to debhelper compat 12
  * Rules requires root = no
  * Add an upstream metadata file

 -- Ross Gammon <email address hidden>  Sun, 23 Feb 2020 17:37:42 +0100

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Debian Multimedia Team on 2020-02-23
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autotalent: pitch correction LADSPA plugin

 Autotalent is a real-time pitch correction plugin. Users can specify
 the notes that a singer is allowed to hit, and Autotalent makes sure
 that they do. Autotalent may be used for more exotic effects, like
 the Cher / T-Pain effect, making your voice sound like a chiptune,
 adding artificial vibrato, or messing with your formants. Autotalent
 can also be used as a harmonizer that knows how to sing in the scale
 with you. Or, you can use Autotalent to change the scale of a melody
 between major and minor or to change the musical mode.
 Autotalent was designed from the ground up to process musical melodies,
 whether sung or played on some kind of instrument. As long as you
 give it a monophonic source (i.e. a melody in a single, 1-channel
 track), you can usually expect pretty good results. So this means that
 if you're in the business of processing vocal harmonies, you should
 apply it to each monophonic vocal part separately. If in the spirit of
 experimentation you're daring enough to try tuning or pitch shifting
 an entire chord using one instance of the plugin (again not what it's
 meant for), you'll hear gritty nastiness.

autotalent-dbgsym: debug symbols for autotalent