Pitch correction

Thanks to all who have replied to my previous comment about pitch correction. Your comments have been helpful. I tried manually correcting a few spots in the vocal track I wanted to pitch correct, and that worked, though it was very time consuming. I’m tried downloading GSnap to try that, but I couldn’t get it into Audacity or to open up anywhere else. I am using Audacity 1.3beta in a Vista operating system. Can someone please give me simple step-by-step instruction on how to downlad this so it will work? And also tell me if I need to download anything else to make it work, because whatever I have doesn’t seem to be what this program needs. Thanks.

You don’t need to install anything else other than:
“Download GSnap (Size 157k, last modified 02 May 2007)” from here: http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm
and Audacity 1.3.12 from here: http://audacityteam.org/download/beta_windows

Extract the GSnap.dll file into the Audacity plug-ins folder, then open Audacity and set the option to “Rescan” for VST plug-ins.
Restart Audacity and GSnap will appear in the Effect menu (you’ll probably need to scroll down to find it).

Note that if you have previously had Audacity 1.2.x installed you will have 2 Audacity folders. Ensure that you extract the .DLL file into the Audacity beta plug-ins folder and not the Audacity 1.2.x plug-ins folder.

There’s more details here: http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/VST_Plug-ins

Download worked like a charm. I’ll experiment with this & post what I discover. Thanks very much, Larry