Cambridge, MA (June 30, 2010)--Audio signal processing company iZotope has licensed its real-time pitch detection and pitch shifting middleware for the upcoming Rock Band 3 video game.
Using the middleware, Rock Band 3 provides players with the option to enable vocal effects commonly used in the music industry, such as pitch correction.
“The ability to have pitch correction in real-time helps to enhance the vocal gameplay and players’ in-game performance in Rock Band,” said Eran Egozy, CTO and co-founder of Harmonix. “We’re excited to feature iZotope’s technology and this new middleware in Rock Band 3 so that our players can enjoy the type of vocal effects that professional rock stars utilize for live stage performances in their homes this holiday.”
“With the production values of video games rivaling that of commercial albums and blockbuster films, consumers expect the same caliber of video and audio quality during dynamic, real-time game play,” explains Mark Ethier, CEO of iZotope. “Rock Band is an ideal platform for us to showcase iZotope’s technology so we can provide gamers with studio-grade audio effects that professional mixers, sound designers and others in the entertainment industry have relied on for years.”
Harmonix Music Systems, Inc