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5个窍门正与的Logic Pro X的Flex的间距
Joe Albano on Wed, March 9th 8 comments
So you can want to correct some pitch problems on vocals or an instrument and you're using Logic Pro X? Enter Flex Pitch. Joe Albano shares 5 excellent tips of getting the most out of Flex Pitch.

逻辑Pro X中


1—Use Flex Pitch Note Gain 


Fig 1A–1B An individual note’s Gain changed with Flex Pitch’s Gain handle (hotspot).



2—Split up multi-pitch notes


Fig 2A–2B A note divided (with the Scissor tool) to separate a second (originally undetected) pitch.



3—Double-team pitchy notes with Drift & Vibrato



Fig 3A–3D A vocal note’s excessive vibrato is tamed with the Vibrato and Pitch Drift handles.



4—Roll your own harmonies 



A vocal harmony line created with Flex Pitch. 4A) The original melody.

使用Flex间距创建的和声线。 4A)原来的旋律。

4B) The Flex’d harmony line.





5—Utilize the Formant tool


Fig 5A–5B The Formant Shift handle is used to subtly address any unnatural tone of notes transposed by a very large amount





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  • stephenthemartyr
    Thanks for this tutorial,I have a lot of trouble getting flex pitch to sound how I want,this was helpful.
    • 4 years ago
    • By: stephenthemartyr
  • Joe A
    Glad it was helpful.. After working with Melodyne (which I still have & use), I had to get used to the slight differences with the processing & tools in Flex Pitch before I was able to get the best results, but once I did, it became my go-to pitch editor for day-to-day tweaks.
    • 4 years ago
    • By: Joe A
  • Help! When editing vocals using flex pitch, when I click on a pitch bar, no sound is output, making it much more difficult to edit. Anyone else encountered this problem and know a fix ?
    • 2 years ago
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  • Joe A
    I've never run into this myself, but I've seen at least one thread on it on a Logic forum. No definitive solutions, but one person reported success by reinitializing CoreAudio (I assume he meant in Logic > Preferences > Audio) or click-holding then dragging a Flex node horizontally or vertically..? I assume you also tried the usual steps -- restart Logic, restart the computer, etc. Hope you find a reliable solution..
    • 2 years ago
    • By: Joe A
  • Hi Joe A ! Still no joy I'm afraid. I've tried everything to no avail.
    • 2 years ago
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  • Joe A
    According to David Nahmani (author of the offiical Logic training book) it’s a known Logic Pro X bug. Still, there are a few more things you could try to see if you can get it working on your system.. (I understand that many of these troubleshooting options may be impossible or highly inconvenient) - Try in a different Logic Project - Try in a fresh (new) Logic Project - Try with different audiofile(s) - Try running Logic under a different user - Try reinstalling Logic - Try with a different Logic version - Try it on a different computer - Try with a different macOS version If none of that helps, then at least you can report it to Apple via Hopefully, if enough reports come in, they’ll be more likely to prioritize looking into it..
    • 2 years ago
    • By: Joe A
  • Joe A
    Logic 10.4.3 has just come out and according to the release notes this issue is fixed.. From the 10.4.3 Release Notes: > • Dragged flex-pitched notes in the Audio Track Editor now sound while being adjusted. Hopefully that will sort the problem. :-)
    • 2 years ago
    • By: Joe A
  • Thanks Joe. The Logic 10.4.3 update has indeed fixed the problem !
    • 2 years ago
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