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Gaps in Flex Pitch
Old 14th October 2013
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Gaps in Flex Pitch

Hi,

When I try and use flex pitch to edit vocals, I am occasionally getting gaps where a note is held, for example a held note being broken up into 8 or more different sections, and there are gaps in between each one of the sections, so when played back, there is a popping sound whenever the audio reaches one of the gaps. If the track is played without flex pitch, it sounds just fine and the held note is held without any breaks. Any ideas how to workaround this? Thanks!
Old 14th October 2013
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Hi,

When I try and use flex pitch to edit vocals, I am occasionally getting gaps where a note is held, for example a held note being broken up into 8 or more different sections, and there are gaps in between each one of the sections, so when played back, there is a popping sound whenever the audio reaches one of the gaps. If the track is played without flex pitch, it sounds just fine and the held note is held without any breaks. Any ideas how to workaround this? Thanks!
I am having similar problems. I went back to Melodyne until I get it figured out.
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Old 2nd December 2015
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Try using the GLUE tool to make the multiple found notes into one.
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