Melodyne Tutorial: Making beats with One Shot Samples
Learn how to craft grooves, rhythms and sound variations from single one-shot drum samples with Melodyne.
Human hearing is particularly sensitive when it comes to vocal tracks, which is why producers all over the world are grateful that intonation and timing corrections with Melodyne studio are practically inaudible. Correct the notes quickly and easily with the help of a macro or drag them with the mouse to the correct pitch or position in time. Fine-tune their length, their volume or the intensity of their vibrato. They’ll sound as if they had always been that way. With Melodyne studio, you can see and edit not just one but as many tracks as you like. So you can create with extraordinary ease multi-voice arrangements from a source track with only one voice, taking advantage even of the possibility of outputting each individual voice via a separate channel in the mixer. You can quantize tracks using other tracks for reference and even copy pitches from one audio track to another. Melodyne studio offers the greatest possible degree of flexibility and creative freedom for your arrangements. Multi-tracking adds up to a lot more here than the sum of multiple tracks.
- Making beats with One Shot Samples(see above)
Close to the beat: craft grooves using one-shot samples
- Techniques for editing Pop Vocals
Get the most out of your vocals with these techniques
- Guitar in the style of Tom Morello
A few right clicks turn simple guitar notes into the solo of a pro
- Creative use of the Amplitude Tool
Crank up or quite down parts of vocals, guitars and drumloops
- Demixing and Remixing a Vocal Phrase
Relocation service: isolate a vocal phrase and fit it to a new arrangement
- Creative use of formants
How to work with the Formant tool for creative editing