AutoPitch FAQ

How to use AutoPitch?

That depends on the device you’re using! Check out the full steps shown in this article.

How do I set AutoPitch to the correct key?
When importing a BandLab Sound sample into Studio, find the key in the sample’s name, and set AutoPitch to the sample’s key. BandLab Members can use AutoKey to identify the key of their recordings.
Are the vocal effects available to everyone?
The new AutoPitch Vocal Effects are currently in beta and only available to membership users.
What are the AutoPitch Vocal Effects?


  • audio.effect.classic.png Classic is modelled after the popular pitch correction effect that is found in countless songs
  • audio.effect.duet.png Duet provides a meticulously crafted two-tone harmony for flawless vocal harmonization.
  • audio.effect.big.harmony.png Big Harmony harmonizes your vocals in any given key, giving you the large chorus effect that is used widely in modern music
  • audio.effect.natural.png Natural presents a clean, modern-pop-inspired preset, providing a subtle enhancement that brings out the best in your vocals.

Hip Hop

  • audio.effect.modern.rap.png Modern Rap blends your original voice with a version that is an octave lower, enriching your vocals with depth
  • audio.effect.stone.png Stone enhances your vocals with a fourth-up harmony for a melodic lift inspired by the iconic style of chart-topping hits.
  • audio.effect.yummy.png Yummy is a Modern Mumble Rap-inspired preset with a fifth-down harmony to add a unique touch to your vocal style.
  • Play Card elevates your vocal delivery by blending octave and perfect fourth-down harmonies with heavy compression for a polished sound.


  • audio.effect.simulacrum.png Simulacrum delivers a slight variation of harmonized vocals inspired by Big Harmony.
  • audio.effect.ultrashift.png Ultrashift brings a hyper-pop flair to your vocals with a dynamic perfect fifth-up and fourth-down harmonies.
  • audio.effect.hyper.png Hyper delivers a unique, distorted Hyperpop-inspired sound integrated with Duet for an inventive twist on vocals.
  • audio.effect.bitz.png Bitz offers a bit-crushed vocal effect, infuses your voice with a distinctive digital edge for a standout sound.


  • audio.effect.robot.png Robot contains a vocoder effect that takes your vocals and synthesizes them into a robotic voice
  • audio.effect.futurescape.png Futurescape blends a lush chorus effect with harmonized vocals for a futuristic vocal texture.
  • audio.effect.krafty.png Krafty is inspired by the essence of iconic electronic sounds, enhanced by the dynamic textures of Autofilter and Wah Modulation.
  • audio.effect.gorgon.png Gorgon transforms your voice, shifting it an octave lower while adding enhancements to achieve a deeper, more immersive, and formidable presence.
Can I add AutoPitch to my preset chain?
AutoPitch Vocal Effects differ from those created in the effects chain, hence this functionality is not available at the moment.
Why do I hear delays in my AutoPitch FX?

Audio delays in AutoPitch can stem from a variety of factors, such as the specifications of your device's hardware, the microphone used for input, or even the use of Bluetooth devices. AutoPitch processes audio in real time, which naturally incurs a slight delay. Our team is constantly dedicated to minimizing this latency and enhancing your experience.

To minimize audio delays with AutoPitch, consider the following:

  • Steer clear of Bluetooth devices and opt for a wired headset: Bluetooth connections are known for their noticeable audio lag. By avoiding Bluetooth, you can significantly reduce audio delays.
  • Turn off monitoring during recording: You can disable monitoring by tapping the headphones icon in BandLab Studio. This ensures that your voice isn't audible through your headset as you record, but it doesn't affect the recording of your vocals.

By implementing these tips, you can enjoy a smoother experience with AutoPitch.

Will I lose my AutoPitch Vocal Effects when I stop membership?
The membership-only AutoPitch Vocal Effects will not be removed from your tracks, but you can no longer use them in new tracks.
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