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In this course, author Skye Lewin explores how to harness the power of the leading pitch correction software, Melodyne. The course begins with the installation and setup process, and includes recommendations on choosing the best workflow and preference settings for your project. The lessons also demonstrate how to get audio into Melodyne, whether importing existing files or recording new tracks; how to arrange a new session; and how to edit the audio and export the corrected tracks.
In Melodyne just like in any other Digital Audio WorkStation you can cut, copy, and paste. This is very useful if you want to make a new arrangement or perhaps duplicate part of your arrangement, without having to do it before bringing your audio into Melodyne. So perhaps you've already made the corrections on the specific section, and you want to repeat it, perhaps the chorus background vocals in a song, you can actually copy and paste your already corrected audio rather than having to make those edits again. I am going to zoom out a little bit so that we can look at the entire arrangement, which I can also view the entire arrangement by selecting Navigation Menu > Zoom to > Full Song, since we already have a full song marker created.
So if I, for example, wanted to copy the entire background vocals section from one chorus and paste it to another, I can simply select it, copy it with Command+C or Ctrl+C, locate my cursor to wherever I want to paste it and paste it there with Command+V or Ctrl+V. Likewise, if you wanted to remove a section and paste it elsewhere, you can make your selection and cut with Command+X or Ctrl+X, make your new selection with the cursor and paste with Command+V or Ctrl+V. And you can do this right in the Arrangement window or in your Editor window.
The ability to edit audio like any other DAW, allows you to make detailed alterations and additions to your arrangement after you've already started working in Melodyne.
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