Do you see the autotune entry even listed in the effects menu? If not:
Did you put the autotune vst file in the Plug-Ins directory in Audacity?
I assume you are using the paid version of Antares?

--Josiah

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 6:45 PM, v caha <gingerale15@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm having issues with installing autotune.  I was supposed to download bridge vst 1.1 and put it in the audacity plug-ins folder.  Enable vst to work under edit effects, and it was supposed to work but it is not.  I have the I-lok in also.  The issue is toward the end of the process.  I have vista and 1.312 beta unicode, pc.
 
Thank You

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