Learn to Use MIDI to Edit or Perform a Recording on Melodyne


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Using MIDI to edit or perform a recording

Another great use of Melodyne is combining its audio capabilities with its MIDI Capabilities. In order to use MIDI, we first need to setup our MIDI preferences. If you have an external MIDI controller, such as a keyboard of some sort, we'll need to hook that up and then connect it so that Melodyne can communicate with it. In the Melodyne Preferences, we can go to our MIDI Ports tab and assign your Default Input to the port through which your MIDI keyboard is communicating with your computer. Once your MIDI keyboard is communicating with Melodyne, we can now use the MIDI functions in a variety of ways.

Let's look at MIDI In Plays Notes. So simply select that Option if it isn't selected, and I'm going to navigate to my Full Song Marker and open my Lead 1a track. If you're using this feature while Melodyne is not playing back, simply touching each note on your keyboard is going to move step by step through each note in your Melodyne editor window. So let's take a look at this...

Using MIDI to edit or perform a recording
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Using MIDI to edit or perform a recording 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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