Applying the tools and functions in Melodyne in a real-world example. Explore approaches for editing pitch, and work with multiple tracks. Separate sibilances, breaths, and pitch changes that occur within note blobs, then apply Macros to edit quickly.
- [Voiceover] In this video, I'm going to dive in…and use the tools and features that we've discussed…in an audio editing example.…Keep in mind that there are many different approaches…to working in Melodyne.…I won't have time to cover them all, but I'll point out…what I'm doing along the way.…So I've set the Editing Mix Fader so I can hear…mainly the track that I'm editing, but a little bit…of the instrumental, and the other tracks.…And I'm gonna go ahead and start here, with the verse vocal.…♫ Somebody say SOS…♫ this is a miracle, I'm moving up…♫ Somebody say SOS…♫ Somebody say…♫ SOS…♫ Somebody say S-O…♫ Somebody say…♫ Somebody say SOS…So as you can see I'm right now…I'm just mainly moving notes manually by sliding them.…
If you want you can also double click…to snap the pitch center to the grid.…Another thing I like to do is separate the s's…or the sybilences and breaths.…So one way to do this would be to make separations first so,…cut all of these sections out…before I make any other changes.…You're probably going to miss some…
- Creating a new Melodyne project
- Importing, recording, and transferring audio
- Managing tracks
- Using the Pitch, Amplitude, and Timing tools
- Correcting pitch and timing automatically with macros
- Editing meter and tempo
- Using DNA and the sound editor
- Exporting audio
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Setting Up
3. Using Tools and Macros
4. Editing and Exporting
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