Is there a way to create a pitch envelope on audio so that it pitches it opposite to it’s natural pitch so that the resulting pitch is monotone?
I need to convert sounds with more complex pitch envelopes into sounds at a static 22hz. I’m do a lot of conversions from waves into wavetables in Serum, and even though Serum is supposed to have it’s own algorithms to deal with pitch in a similar way, it’s very often doesn’t work well. I know that Celemony has something called “Capstan” which is meant to fix warped vinyl and kinda seems to do something akin to what I’m looking for. However, it’s $4500. That’s probably because the algorithm is designed to deal with pitching a full song, so it has a lot of work cut out with drums and orchestra and vocals, etc… all playing at once. I just need to pitch single sounds with more defined fundamentals.
Is there either some hidden way of doing this in Cubase or a 3rd party plug in/software someone can refer me to?
And if not, then it would be great if this was a feature in Cubase.