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In addition to saving or exporting your audio out of Melodyne, you can also record your final corrected audio back into your DAW. In this video we will look at how to do that, and this technique can be used with Melodyne Bridge, ReWire, or the Melodyne plug-in. In this example, I'm using the Melodyne Bridge. So I'm going to switch to Pro Tools and play my arrangement. (music playing) And you can tell that it's working, because our audio file for our lead vocal is muted. So what we're hearing is the audio file playing from Melodyne through the Melodyne Bridge.
(music playing) And we can actually verify this another way by editing something in the audio. We should be able to hear that when playing it back in Pro Tools. (music playing) Cool! So we know that's working. So the technique essentially works by setting up the output of Melodyne Bridge or ReWire or the plug-in to come back into a bus that we then record to an audio track.
You should be able to do this in Logic or any other DAW as well. So what we will want to do first is I'm going to switch to our Mixer, and I'm going to move our Melodyne Bridge plug-in into the aux that I've created, and you can see that I've bussed the output of my aux to the input of an audio track, and I would name this audio track whatever I want my audio file called, at least in Pro Tools that's going to print the audio file to disk using that name. So let's call it Correct Lead Vocal. If I record enable this track, and then start recording.
(music playing) We have just recorded the corrected audio through Melodyne Bridge on to a new track in our Pro Tools arrangement. One thing to note if you're using ReWire is that Melodyne must be set as the client in order to pipe audio into the DAW. So now that you've seen a few different ways to get audio out of Melodyne, you can choose the best option for the needs of each project.
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