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In this course, producer and engineer Skye Lewin reveals the techniques that professional musicians and producers use to get the best-sounding results from Melodyne. The course covers digital audio workstation (DAW) and session preparation, and shows how to perform rhythm and pitch corrections on both lead and background vocals. It includes lessons on importing and exporting tracks between the DAW and the standalone version of Melodyne, as well as utilizing Melodyne as a plug-in, through ReWire, and through Melodyne Bridge. Skye also shows how to use a MIDI keyboard to edit the pitch of a recorded performance in Melodyne and how to trigger a MIDI instrument using an audio recording.
If you are a Premium Member of the lynda.com online training library, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this course. In our Exercise Files folder, we have three subfolders. In our DNA Examples folder, we have two examples that we'll use when we examine Melodyne's Direct Note Access technology. In the Girl Got Attitude folder, we have our Pro Tools session for the Girl Got Attitude song, and in the Audio Files folder, we have each of the audio tracks that we're using in that session and with each of the audio tracks, we have the MDD file for each of those audio tracks that Melodyne will reference when we open the Melodyne session and in our Melodyne folder, we have a Melodyne project file for each video, so that if you want to jump in at any point in our course you can just open the project file that corresponds with the video you're watching.
If you are a monthly, or annual member, you won't have access to the exercise files but you can certainly follow along using your own example material. Now let's get started with Melodyne Advanced Techniques.
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