- Preparing for a standalone Melodyne workflow
- Setting up a session
- Using a live editing approach for vocal correction
- Batch correcting vocals
- Correcting the pitch and rhythm of vocals
- Creating new background parts
- Adding special effects
- Revising an edit in Melodyne Studio
- Changing the tempo of your audio
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Skye Lewin and welcome to Melodyne Advanced Techniques. The beauty of Melodyne is that it's range of applications and tools can help you make an usable performance usable and it can help you take a solid performance and make it pop perfect. In this course, we'll start off by looking at some of the different ways that you can use Melodyne to edit multiple tracks of vocals. ? Atti ? Attitude ? - [Voiceover] And then we'll actually delve into preparing the elements and importing them into Melodyne's studio to work in a standalone work flow.
Once we're ready to get to work, we'll look at various techniques for altering the pitch and rhythm of the lead vocal or vocals as is the case in this course. ? Oh, oh, oh ? Yeah ? - [Voiceover] And then we'll polish the background and harmony vocal parts. ? Oh, oh, oh ? Yeah ? - [Voiceover] When we're happy with the result of our work, we'll export our finished tracks from Melodyne's studio and import them back into our DAW. Then we'll explore how we can revise and update our vocal tracks.
We'll also look at a few examples of how we can use direct note access, or DNA, in Melodyne editor, also known as Melodyne Single Track. We'll learn how to change the tempo of our recordings and we'll play with the midi and instruments in Melodyne. Let's get to it. (upbeat music)