Using Melodyne to trigger an instrument


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Using Melodyne to trigger an instrument

In this video we'll look at how Melodyne can use an audio track to trigger an instrument channel. The first thing we need to do is enable an instrument in Melodyne. So let's go to our Preferences and our Plug Ins. If you want to use your custom effects, you just have to enable them here. You can enable any audio units or VST Effects that you have installed. For now I'm just going to use the Podolski that comes with Melodyne. The next step is to go to our mixer, Shift+Command+M or Shift+Ctrl+M. I'm going to Add Instrument Track from the Configure menu and choose the Instrument that I want to enable on that track.

So I'm going to go and choose a sound that we'll use for this. I can close that instrument track. I'm going to go to my Editor window, Shift+Command+E. I'm going to select my Lead 1a_COMP and center the view on some of the audio that we will use right here at bar 9. Under the View menu I can choose to Show Audio-to- MIDI Parameters or use the key command, Comm...

Using Melodyne to trigger an instrument
Video duration: 2m 9s 3h 17m Intermediate

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Using Melodyne to trigger an instrument 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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