Digital Audio: How to Export Your Edits from Melodyne


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Exporting your edits from Melodyne

Once we have gotten our vocals to where we're happy with them. The next step is to bring them back into our DAW. Now since we're working in a stand-alone workflow we'll export these audio files so that we can re-import these edited audio files into our DAW and proceed with our mix from their. So from the File menu we can choose Save Audio, or you can use a key command that you specified in the shortcuts by default its Command+E, or Ctrl+E, and from here we have a little control over the settings for our exported audio. So we can choose the format, in this case we're going to use a WAVE file, with the sample rate of 48 kHz and a 16 bit, bit rate and Interleaved stereo although we're actually not going to be exporting anything stereo.

If you have a stereo track in your session you'll have this option, because they're different ways that you can export that stereo track, but if all your tracks are mono that option won't be available. Under the Range we can choose essent...

Exporting your edits from Melodyne
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Exporting your edits from Melodyne 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
Software:
Melodyne
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