Correcting background vocal rhythm


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Correcting background vocal rhythm

In this pass, we'll go back through the background parts that we just tuned and make any rhythmic changes that we want to address. We can change the overall feel of the entire part by making things earlier or later, and we can also tighten up the timing between the various parts and takes. Now another approach to get a really tight pop like sound for these background parts would be to use a tool like vocal line or something else that your DAW might offer to tighten up the parts before bringing them into Melodyne or even after you have tuned them. But you can also use Melodyne to make these changes to the rhythm. And Melodyne actually gives you a very good toolset and a very easy way to make rhythmic changes in a very natural way.

So if you want to keep the performance sounding a lot more natural and not as super tight and super pop, Melodyne gives you a really good toolset for doing that. So again, let's take a quick look at changing the feel first. And I am going to go ahead and mute all o...

Correcting background vocal rhythm
Video duration: 11m 1s 3h 17m Intermediate

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Correcting background vocal rhythm provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Skye Lewin as part of the Melodyne Advanced Techniques

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Audio + Music
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Melodyne
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