An Introduction to Melodyne Studio 4
Learn To Master Your Audio With The Best Tool Around
On this brand new course, you will learn :
How to prepare and set up Melodyne Studio
How to import audio and also record live audio
How to use all of the functions such as time stretching and pitch adjustment
How to choose the different algorithms available to best suit your audio
How to use the incredible DNA function to adjust notes within a stereo recording
An introduction to the in-built sound editor to do more than just pitch and time-stretch
And so much more!
Any DAW can be used, Cubase, Logic, Ableton, FL etc.
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Complete Introduction to Manipulating Your Audio with Melodyne Studio (2 Hours)
With Mark Struthers
LESSON 01 - INTRODUCTION
Discussing the differences between the stand alone application and the plug-in version, updating the program and internet options
LESSON 02 - FURTHER PREFERENCES
Looking at setting up ‘Preferences’ including access to soundcard, drivers, buffer size and sample rate.
LESSON 03 - USER INTERFACE
A tour of the User Interface and how Melodyne defaults, whilst additionally looking at adapting.
LESSON 04 - GETTING AUDIO IN
In addition to using multiple panels and tabs, here’s how we import existing recorded audio into the stand alone version.
LESSON 05 - TOOLS AND FUNCTIONS
Exploring how we use the editing and enhancing various tools available to us in the stand alone application.
LESSON 06 - TIMING
A look at the included metronome that allows us to keep strict time when recording new audio, or checking imported audio. Additionally, the tempo lane is looked at too.
LESSON 07 - PITCH DISPLAYS
We now look at the pitch grid and how we can adapt the way in which pitch is represented.
LESSON 08 - ALGORITHMS
A look at the different algorithms available and how setting the ‘default’ option can be preferable.
LESSON 09 - PITCH MACRO
Here we explore the options available for the first of two macros, the pitch editing macro.
LESSON 10 - TIMING MACRO
Here is the ‘timing macro’ that allows us to semi automatically adjust the timing of audio to fit a grid.
LESSON 11 - DNA
Here we look at using the DNA (Direct Note Access) functionality that allows us to manipulate notes within a stereo recording.
LESSON 12 - MERGING TRACKS
Here is a method of combining individual tracks (like bouncing down in a DAW) to make editing of them as a newly created single file easier.
LESSON 13 - LIVE RECORDING
We now look at recording live into Melodyne and adjusting the resulting timing to make it lock to an existing recorded track.
LESSON 14 - ADJUSTING FORMANTS
Here is a way of adjusting the formants of a spoken word recording to make it sound more masculine sounding.
LESSON 15 - NOTE ASSIGNMENT MODE
Here is an introduction to the alternate view of note editing, the note assignment mode.
LESSON 16 - UNIVERSAL ALGORITHM
We now look at using the universal algorithm for when we want to time stretch full mixes with the minimum amount of artefacts.
LESSON 17 - AUTO-STRETCH
Here we use the auto stretch function to marry up the tempo of one audio track with another.
LESSON 18 - SOUND EDITOR
We conclude here with an introduction to the possibilities offered to us when we want to do more than just pitch editing and time stretching. The Sound editor allows us to modify and re-synthesize sound.