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Logic 9 Time and pitch machine algorithms

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Noteman48, Jun 3, 2013.

  1. Noteman48

    Noteman48 New Member

    Hello everybody

    I need to pitch some songs down for our vocalist or occasionally do a minor pitch correction to a track.

    I do this with an entire track as one audiofile and of course things start to sound warbly/wonky/etc. Can this be helped by using a certain algorithmin the time and pitch machine? UNIVERSAL is the default selection.

    I could go ahead and try them all to see, but figured I'd ask here if anyone can shed some light on this..

    Or maybe there is something else that can help this?

    Thanks in advance
    :)




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  3. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    Celemony Melodyne would be your best bet if you wanna transpose and entire track up or down a tone or 2, and it excels at letting one do very intricate pitch correction or even creating new melodies with preexisting recordings.
     
  4. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    Do you mean that you want to pitch down the instrumentals (the polyphonic arrangement stereo mixes) or the mono vocal track(s)? This is important to let us know to be able to give you correct answer.
     
  5. Noteman48

    Noteman48 New Member

    What I am asking about is for when I have everything on one track..
     
  6. Noteman48

    Noteman48 New Member

    Celemony Melodyne? Cool, will check it out, THANKS!
     
  7. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    That means you want to process monophonic audio material. By the way Melodyne is designed to operate with monophonic one as a whole, so I doubt that you will love the result.
    Here are a few products which support polyphonic music algorithms:
    Prosonic Timefactory, http://www.prosoniq.com/www/Home.html

    Zplane's élastique Pro pitch, http://www.zplane.de/products/plugins/elastique-pitch

    Sony bought the élastique - Pitch&Time stretch and implemented that into their new Sound Forge Pro 10 by the way...

    The Seinberg WaveLab offers excellent HQ offline (slow detection modes) algorithms too, http://www.steinberg.net/en/products/wavelab.html
     
  8. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Senior member

    Have you looked newer versions of Melodyne?

    It now has DNA - Direct Note Access for polyphonic sources.

    I've used it create midi parts from recorded audio.
    :thmbup:
     

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