Use the Note Separation tool to add or remove note separations. The Separation Type tool can be used to define whether each note separation is a soft or hard separation. Soft separations and hard separations have different functions, and one type of separation can be converted into the other.
- [Voiceover] The note separation tool…is another indispensable tool in Melodyne.…Let's select it using one of the methods we've covered.…I'll use the default shortcut, F6.…With this tool, just double click to add note separations…and double click again to remove a note separation.…This can be really useful for rhythmic alterations,…but it's also incredibly important…in the pitch editing process.…For example, you may want to split a note blob…into smaller sections in order to more precisely position…the pitch and rhythm of each of those smaller sections.…
For example, let's zoom in here.…Let's say I wanted this to be two separate notes.…I could separate them and edit them independently.…Note that when using this tool for note separations,…the note blobs will visibly jump…when the separations are made.…However, these jumps are purely visual…and they're merely intended to show you…that the pitch center has been recalculated…as a result of the separation.…No actual change to the pitch will be heard.…The other separation tool is the separation type tool.…
- Creating a new Melodyne project
- Importing, recording, and transferring audio
- Managing tracks
- Using the Pitch, Amplitude, and Timing tools
- Correcting pitch and timing automatically with macros
- Editing meter and tempo
- Using DNA and the sound editor
- Exporting audio
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Setting Up
3. Using Tools and Macros
4. Editing and Exporting
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