Antares Choir Is FREE With 14-Day Auto-Tune Unlimited Trial


Antares offers the Choir plugin for free when you sign up for the 14-day Auto-Tune Unlimited trial.

We already covered this offer back in March. However, several BPB readers reached out to let us know that Antares Choir is available for free again, so we’re writing another news article about it.

What is Antares Choir?

It’s a plugin that aims to transform a monophonic vocal into a choir. The results aren’t spectacularly realistic, but Antares Choir can work for background vocals or as an intentionally artificial-sounding choir.

The interface consists of only three knobs (Vibrato, Pitch, Timing), a pair of stereo image controls, and a menu that lets you select the number of choir voices. To make things even easier, each control comes with a tooltip that explains its functionality.

As already mentioned, Antares Choir won’t magically transform a single vocal into a real-world choir. But, it’s a fun plugin that delivers interesting and mostly musical results. It works best as a creative effect for adding depth and interest to a track.

How can you get Antares Choir for free?

Antares Choir typically costs $79, but you can get it for free for a limited time.

To get a free copy of Antares Choir, you will need to sign up for a 14-day Auto-Tune Unlimited trial. Antares includes the Choir plugin as a free add-on for all trial users.

You should be able to cancel the trial before making a payment. So, you will get to keep your free copy of Antares Choir.

Did you get this deal? Please leave your impressions in the comments section below.

If you’re looking for more vocal-processing tools, check out our list of free autotune plugins.

Antares Choir is available in VST3, AU, and AAX plugin formats for 64-bit plugin hosts on Windows and macOS.

More info: Antares Choir (free with a 14-day Auto-Tune Unlimited trial)

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Tomislav is a music producer and sound designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief at Bedroom Producers Blog.


  1. i know i read before, when similar freebies were available from antares, that people had issues cancelling their membership, so they absolutely were billed at least once lol

    • Tomislav Zlatic


      Interesting, thanks for bringing that up. I’ll sign up for a free trial and try to cancel to see what happens.

    • Steven Kaufman


      I think that this is a fantastic site that is very helpful to many, many musicians on a budget or otherwise.
      However, the “ so called” free Antares offer is a very risky proposition ( IMHO)!
      If one doesn’t have the discipline to remember to cancel their already provided credit card provided, then they will be billed. So those less than obsessive about their record keeping might want to think about doing a “ trial”. Just my 2 cents

    • Just cancel it 20 seconds after signing up. It’ll still let you keep the free plugin. At least that’s what some guy in youtube did.

  2. I tried their Duo effect a while back (similar thing to Choir) but it was really mono-uncompatible. Vocals just disappeared as soon as you flip into mono.

  3. Is it really free, or does it involve an ilok?
    that protection racket company is genuine road block to creativity imo.

    • I went through all the steps to install in ableton. when I tried it, I only got a room reverb type sound. there were no extra voices. frustrating, so I deleted it.

  4. I went through all the steps to install in ableton. when I tried it, I only got a room reverb type sound. there were no extra voices. frustrating, so I deleted it.

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