Change the detection algorithm for different types of tracks in Melodyne, or use the Automatic algorithm to let Melodyne determine the best fit for the audio content. Use Note Assignment Mode to alter or fine-tune the pitch and rhythmic detection, and change whether detected pitches are treated as fundamentals or overtones.
- [Voiceover] All of the functions we've covered…are dependent on Melodyne's detection algorithms.…Without the superior detection of pitch…and timing that makes Melodyne so powerful,…none of what we've covered would be possible.…In this video, we'll talk about the…detection algorithms in Melodyne,…and how we can use note assignment mode…to alter, or in rare cases, correct note detection.…Melodyne is able to do what it does…because it intelligently analyzes…and detects the pitch and tempo of your audio.…There are several different algorithms in Melodyne,…and each has it's own purpose.…
Click on the algorithm menu to…select a different algorithm,…or to set the default algorithm.…You can see here that it's set…to automatic by default.…When set to automatic, Melodyne chooses…the appropriate algorithm based on…its analysis of the audio content.…So what makes each algorithm unique?…The universal algorithm uses less processing power,…but chords can't be edited polyphonically…when using this algorithm.…The universal algorithm is great…
- 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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