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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.
Melodyne allows us to use MIDI in various ways, and we can set that up in the MIDI preferences in Melodyne. First let's take a look at our MIDI Ports and here we can set our Default Input, so if you're using a MIDI keyboard, you can choose that from the list here assuming it's connected and recognized by your computer. For more information on setting a MIDI, check out the ProTools Essential Training courses with David Franz. You can also set your Default Output, your MIDI Time Code, In and Out, if you want to receive or send MIDI time code, and you can also set your MIDI Clock, In or Out, if you want to receive or send MIDI clock.
Under the MIDI Remote Control page, we can set up an external MIDI mix controller. On the Options tab, you can choose to add and here you can see you can set up a Generic Controller or you can choose from preset controllers that are already set up and preconfigured to work, you can choose to Remove, Edit, or Import or Export. If you've created a custom generic controller that's mapped to work with your control surface, you can export it so that next time you need to import it or perhaps if you had to reinstall Melodyne, you can directly import it rather than setting it up again.
So here you can see that we set up a generic controller or at least started to, you can double-click it to edit it or choose Edit from the dropdown menu and here you can see the MIDI input, the number of banks which you can add or remove, you can also add and remove mapping. You can choose what type of event the channel that it's sent on, the channel number, and then what it's going to correspond to or control in Melodyne. Here we can add another controller, we can choose to send this to different channels or receive from different channels, and we can say we want to control another Track Gain in Melodyne, perhaps on a different channel number.
You can use this window to customize a control surface setup to use your control surface with Melodyne even if it's not one of the preset and supported default configurations.
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