Using the "separate first" approach


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Using the "separate first" approach

By separating all of our sibilances and pitch changes in advance, we can focus on our corrections without having to stop to make separations as we go. Now, this approach, by separating each note first, can help you, because you can go through the entire vocal if you want, make all the separations, and then go back through and really focus on just catching the pitch. Now, this is a technique that I learned from a really good friend of mine, and I find that I do it even when I'm editing live or in any other mode, I really end up separating first, even if it's just on a phrase by phrase basis. So let's go back into our Edit Window and pick up where we left off on that lead vocal.

So I am going to select Lead vocal and leave it on Play visible. Now, here we can see that the initially selected track is also shown in the background, but it's yellow rather than orange, or in other words, a lighter color of the foreground color, because you can actually change that color in Melodyne if you...

Using the "separate first" approach
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Using the "separate first" approach 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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