I tried to add GSnap on my audacity. I tried everything including using Gsnap.dll and also vat-bridge.dll.
I am using audacity 2.1.0.
Please advise if there is anything I can do to get GSnap.

  1. Uninstall vst-bridge. That was only for very old (long time obsolete) versions of Audacity.
  2. Ensure that you use the 32-bit version of GSnap.

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Thank you for your suggestions. However, I am still unable to get GSnap on my audacity despite uninstalling vst-bridge and using 32-bit version GSnap,
As for my operating system, I am using Windows 7 Ultimate. The audacity version is 2.1.1 as stated earlier. I obtained it using the.exe installer. Please note I couldn’t get GSnap even with the audacity version 2.1.0. I upgraded the audacity only yesterday on 20 July 2015 hoping that it might help me out to get GSnap.
I hope to get your further advice soon.
By the way, is there any other auto-tune that is compatible to audacity?

You will need to use the GSnap (for 32-bit VST hosts), as Steve said. In Audacity 2.1.1, use Effect > Manage…, select GSnap, click “Enable” then OK. GSnap does work in Audacity on Windows 7, except for the MIDI features.

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Thanks a lot. Finally, it worked out.