Exploring the MIDI Out options


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Exploring the MIDI Out options

In addition to using a MIDI keyboard to control our audio, Melodyne can also be used to trigger another external or internal sound source using MIDI. So let's open up our Editor window with Shift+Command+E or Shift+Ctrl+E and select our Lead Vocal Channel. And then under the View menu let's select Show Audio-to-MIDI Parameters. Once we have selected this, we can now see our audio to MIDI Parameters. If we want to send MIDI out in real-time as we play Melodyne, we can select the Realtime Midi Send box.

And from the dropdown menu we can choose either an external MIDI sound source or an internal instrument if we have set one up in Melodyne, which we'll look at later in this video. And to the right here is a Textbox where we can select the Channel on which that MIDI Data will be sent. We also have a lot of control over how that MIDI Data will be sent. We can change the Velocity of our MIDI Data simply by clicking and dragging. We can also click and drag the top to limit out Loudest Velocity ...

Exploring the MIDI Out options
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Exploring the MIDI Out options provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Skye Lewin as part of the Melodyne Studio Essential Training

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Audio + Music
Software:
Melodyne
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