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tenchijin2 19th January 2013 03:40 AM

Melodyne essential have auto pitch correction?
 
Just wondering if melodyne essential allows for analyzing and correcting pitch automatically (like autotune) or if you have to manually adjust the pitch.
Thanks,
Aric

henge 19th January 2013 03:51 AM

Yes it does.

tenchijin2 29th January 2013 05:14 AM

Purchased the melodyne essentials plugin. At first I was a little put off by the lack of audiosuite processing. I've demo'd autotune a few times and I liked that feature. But now that I've used it a little, I really do like melodyne. I love that I can grab notes in the editor and just lift them up or push them down where I want them. It also seems to be a *little* more transparent sounding than autotune.

SyncSailor 29th January 2013 06:25 AM

I love Melodyne. But without exception I use it in manual mode. And it has great tools for it if you are comfortable working this way. If you have a good ear, auto can never match what you can achieve manually.

tenchijin2 29th January 2013 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SyncSailor (Post 8690020)
I love Melodyne. But without exception I use it in manual mode. And it has great tools for it if you are comfortable working this way. If you have a good ear, auto can never match what you can achieve manually.

I haven't had enough opportunity to play with it yet. I'm not sure Essential has a "manual" or "auto" mode though... I know that I can move notes individually without applying a global pitch correction, or I can apply pitch correction globally (and still move them individually). Is this what you mean?
Aric

SyncSailor 29th January 2013 05:34 PM

Yes, you should be able to do both in essential. But not sure how much control you have in auto mode without upgrading.