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Melodyne Advanced Techniques

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Melodyne Advanced Techniques

ProMedia Training is the premier authorized Avid Training Center since 2002, having prepared more students in Pro Tools than any other organization. We teach Pro Tools on all levels as well as offer exam preparation for Pro Tools Certification exams for those studying audio engineering, recording, mixing and related multimedia training for musicians, producers, recording engineers, worship facilities and corporations. ProMedia has been leading the way in short term, Pro Tools Immersion courses which focus in all areas from beginner to advanced Pro Tools Applications. Our beginners learn the software for music production, recording, editing, audio engineering, and mixing. Our advanced users focus on cutting edge highly complex HDX systems, new concepts as well as workflow improvements. We also provide on-site training for corporations, Universities, Schools, and worship facilities where professionals can advance their skills while learning in their own working environment. ProMedia also participates in many of the musical associations and related organizations related to the recording arts including ASCAP, BMI, NAMM, TAXI A&R, Youth Organizations, NAB, Promo Only, and more.

This company is very different to most others. Its founder, Peter Neubäcker, is a man who goes very much his own way. It is his algorithms that make Melodyne so musical, so faithful in its acoustic reproduction, so ... unique. He is supported in this by an experienced team of software engineers who implement his ideas using the latest signal processing and programming techniques.

Melodyne Editor is the top-of-the-line version for single-track editing, sporting all of Melodyne's advanced pitch, time, formant, transient, and transition tools, as well as the polyphonic algorithm. It functions as a Stand-Alone application or as a VST/AU/AAX plug-in in any current DAW. Users of Presonus Studio One have the extra advantage of ARA integration, which essentially turns Melodyne into an integrated editor in the program.

If you've never used Melodyne or Auto-Tune before, the basic pitch correction sections of this guide will help get you started. The advanced sections will be more suitable for readers looking to take their pitch correction game up a notch.

Many professional singers can deliver controlled, natural vibrato, but this is a rather advanced singing technique. An amateur singer may be able to apply vibrato to their voice too, but if the pitch of their voice modulates too much, the recording can become a mess. To reduce vibrato, you can use the pitch modulation tool; it works great for emphasizing natural vibrato as well.

I believe that understanding why we make choices, is as important as the choices themselves. There is a heavy emphasis on fundamentals and techniques that will apply to any session or studio as well. My ultimate goal is to allow students to feel comfortable and flexible in the studio environment. I can assist with home studio setup, Pro Tools, recording and mixing techniques, monitoring setup, delivery formats and exporting files as well as beginner/intermediate/advanced processing techniques. All lessons are customizable based upon individual students needs.

Mixing - general theory, monitoring setup, tips and tricks, filtering, equalization, gating/expansion/compression/limiting, time based FX (delays, reverbs, chorus, phaser, flanger, etc.), static balances, automation, creative techniques, advanced listening techniques, sample augmentation & replacement, pitch and time correction, incorporating midi instruments, working with loops, reference tracks, levels, analog and digital studio gear, imaging, deliverable formats, revisions and organization.

By learning these techniques, the learner can improve their efficiency at a high level. By learning the software, the learner learns how to correct tones, pitches, tempo, scales, streamline and package music like an expert with this software.

Students will learn the usage of different DAW, learn an efficient workflow for Editing with DAW and choosing the right effects in the programs. With this training, the students will be able to master skills on Audacity, FL Studio, Pro Tools First, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Audition, and many other skills and techniques.

It is a career-oriented training, aimed to teach different methods of Multi-Track Audio Editing & Mixing and it will help you to create Sound Designs and amazing presentations. If you take up this training you will not only study the software but also obtain command over the various techniques and processes of Audio Editing with DAW, which in turn will automatically open many career opportunities.

In this 68-minute tutorial video from pureMix, Fab Dupont reverse engineers his own mix of the dubstep style song called 'Caribbean' by Grand Baton.Fab emphasizes the techniques required to handle and manage a heavily layered electronic music session in ProTools. From stem-mixing to advanced routing techniques to serious 2-bus hardware processing and special Melodyne tricks to create otherworldly tones, he leaves no stone unturned.Throughout the video, Fab studies advanced processing and special effects for acoustic and electronic drums, synth-sounding guitars, heavy keyboards and crushed vocals, reverbs and delays using all the following plug-ins:

You can watch his entire video in one of two ways. You can buy this video for $32 or watch this video and many more by signing up to a pureMix subscription, which are available from $24.99 per month to get advanced audio tutorials where Grammy winning engineers teach you mixing concepts by showing you their techniques and tricks while mixing song by Pharrell, Imagine Dragons, Ziggy Marley and more.

Abstract:Audio for Cinema has always struggled to replicate the motion shown on the screen, a fact that became more apparent with 3D films. Several methodologies for "immersive sound" are currently under evaluation by the industry, with theater owners and film companies both advising that they will not tolerate a format war, with a common format a commercial requirement.The two major methods of creating immersive sound and audio motion are referred to as "object-based" and "channel-based." Each has its strengths and limitations for retrofit into the current cinema market. With few sound mixers experienced in either of these techniques, we're pleased to welcome two of the pioneers, one with experience at Auro3D and the other in Atmos, in a discussion of their experiences and comments on working with the two systems.

Abstract:Affordable DAW software now provides all the processing tools you need to create commercially competitive music mixes within a home, college, or project studio. As such, the overriding concern for budget-conscious engineers these days should be to develop effective habits with regard to studio monitoring, mix balancing, and quality control. Important techniques in each of these three areas are often neglected in small-scale productions, leading to mixes that don't stack up against professional releases, or that collapse on some mass-market listening systems. In this seminar Sound On Sound magazine's "Mix Rescue" columnist Mike Senior will draw on his experience of thousands of project-studio mixes to highlight the most frequently overlooked studio tricks. In the process he'll demonstrate how these methods can powerfully upgrade your sonics without breaking the bank, no matter which DAW you're using.

Abstract:Distortion can be good, or bad. With the right touch, it can lift a track up out of a crowded arrangement and add excitement to a performance. Yet too much distortion renders the track too messy, too murky to be enjoyed. Accidental distortion is a certain sign that the production is unprofessional. Amps, stomp boxes, tubes, transformers, tape machines, the plug-ins that emulate them, and the plug-ins that create wholly new forms of distortion all offer a rich palette of possibilities. Audio engineers must choose the right tool for the job and then tailor the distortion to the music. This advanced tutorial takes a close look at distortion, detailing the technical goings-on when things break-up, and defining the production potential of this always-tempting effect.

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