Have you tried the flex-pitch options in Logic X? But a good singer does not need it. Then, if you increase the Humanise control, the sustained parts will be corrected in a more and more leisurely fashion and the result should sound more natural. But sounds like a slight doubling to me, and it's got a breathness which is typical vocoder territory. To use this, first set the Retune control to zero and increase the value until the start of any problem notes are in tune; don't worry about the sustained portions for now. Do you still have to to tune each note individually, or is this closer to the set it and forget it auto mode? Use the sliders in the window to change the range of the 'X' and 'Y' axes and the plus and minus buttons to expand or contract the display, so you can centre the waveform on the areas of the track that you're interested in.
To do this, move the song position line to the start of the audio and click on the Track Pitch button, which will flash red. Like, I couldn't figure out for the life of me where the pitch modulation was that was mentioned. Apparently this is a Mac Intel issue across the board, and Apple is working on an update to address the issue. We'll be asking them for feedback on which changes users deem most important and how these might be addressed. That's what we're here for. We take a look at Logic 's Pitch Correction and then examine what Auto-Tune can add. If you want to suggest changes or improvements to Logic, here's your chance! Step one: insert it onto the audio track playing back the recording whose pitch you want to correct.
But what concerns me is exactly how did the developers manage to miss that? A pitch-correction plug-in can save the day in these situations and, as we shall see, its effect doesn't always have to be obvious. I get the feeling most people don't realize Autotune can sound pretty natural with the right settings and if the singer is at least close. You may want to use this tool if you feel the Line tool gives too much of a 'static' effect. The variation between the two is also displayed. Whether to save studio and editing time, ease the frustration of endless retakes, save that otherwise once-in-a-lifetime performance, or create the Auto-Tune Vocal Effect, Auto-Tune is the overwhelming tool of choice. You'll notice that the pitch variations that singers got away with in the past aren't as acceptable now, and some classic recordings are, to be honest, quite flexible in the tuning department.
Logic 's plug-in is, of course, similar to Antares Auto-Tune and occasionally we are actually supposed to be able to hear it working as an effect. I'm thinking it's an Intel thing. . A large proportion of you wanted an improved audio editor, better tools for compiling takes, easier ways of creating audio and instrument tracks in the arrange page, and improvements in the way multitimbral and multi-output virtual instruments are handled. Otherwise, the tools look very similar to those in the previous version. This has been niggling Logic users for ages, and I'm not surprised so many of you requested it.
First off, when they first released version 9. Lastly, there are just random minor bugs throughout. When you first open the window, the graph will be empty, so the first thing to do is load in the audio you want to process. Not so useful of a demo for me at the moment. It has two main modes: Automatic and Graphical.
Welcome and enjoy the community! By Stephen Bennett Logic's Pitch Correction plug-in: you can modify scales by selecting and deselecting notes from the keyboard in the centre of the window, or choose from the presets in the drop-down menu. I found it to be an interesting exercise in analytical listening, and I would be happy to further help you recreate that sound. I record dry and wet and use another to send full blown auto tune to the headphones and I blend for the singer. The explanation is that most auto-tuners pull every note towards a preset scale note which can make the results sound overly artificial. You may only post such content to ask specific production related questions e. However, you could use Logic 's Audio To Score facility to determine the notes in the performance, and thence the scale.
Also, to be more specific for everyone, I'm trying to decide between Melodyne Editor 4 and Antares Autotune 8. I'm trying to get a polished vocal sound similar to that of Owl City vocals. We may occasionally make exceptions regarding promotion of free content that is valuable to the majority of users, at moderator discretion. Ok, so I know both of these are supposed to be very good for pitch correction, but is there a clear winner? You can use the same tool to move the whole line up and down on the graph, which will change the line's playback pitch. It appears as a blue line superimposed on the original curve. The plug-in itself allows you to select from a list of scales, and you can also create a user scale directly, or modify the existing ones by removing or adding notes.
Antares quickly pushed out 9. Automatic mode is helpful for simpler tasks. To do this, first select the I-beam tool the second one on the right of the plug-in window and click and drag to select an area. It's useful on any monophonic source where the pitch can be easily interpreted, but it can't work miracles. I've hard to force quit Logic a few times now, which pains me to say.
I thought maybe this was just missing functionality for line objects, but according to the manual, it should. The number of controls has grown over the years, and in this new Pro version, the Auto mode can be switched between a Basic view, which hides some of the more exotic features to help the new user, and an Advanced view where all the controls are available. And if you know what you're doing in graphical mode, it's amazing how much you can push the retune before it becomes noticeable. You can add, delete and drag nodes around by double-clicking on the line with the arrow tool. This line can be modified in several ways.