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  • LogicStu-JDC
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    Joined: Oct 8th, 2010
    Vocal Pitch Correction
    Guys, I'm still working my way through the intricacies of Logic. I emailed support with a question concerning vocal pitch correction tools and the recommendations were [i]Auto Tune:501[/i] and [i]Melodyne[/i]. My question to you, are these compatible/interchangeable with Logic 9? I thought Logic had a pitch correction utility tool within Logic? Thanks for your input as usual. LogicStu-JDC
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    Hi LogicStu-JDC, Both Melodyne and AutoTune can be used in Logic as plug-ins. We've got video tutorials on both I'd recommend checking out in our online player - so you can se how they work :) If you'd prefer to test out what Logic has built-in we've a few articles on The Hub which could be helpful: [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/hub/logic-pro/create-tpain-autotune-effect-logic[/url] [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/hub/logic-pro/pitch-correction-in-logic-pro-for-non-musicians[/url] [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/hub/logic-pro/play-logics-pitch-correction-plugin-with-your-midi-keyboard[/url] Hope this info helps :) Rounik
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  • Christian L
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    Joined: Aug 7th, 2006
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    Hi LogicStu-JDC, Yes, definitely check out the articles Rounik mentioned... If you want to view a tutorial explaining the Pitch Correction plugin included with Logic, watch video #24 of Logic 7 202 : Logic's Plug-Ins - Unplugged http://play.macprovideo.com/logicplugins1/24 Although this tutorial was made for Logic 7, it is still relevant to Logic 9... apart from the outdated user interface! :) Christian
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  • LogicStu-JDC
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    Joined: Oct 8th, 2010
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    Thanks, Rounikâ¦I'll take a look at these and hopefully gain a bit more clarity.
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  • LogicStu-JDC
    Posts: 50
    Joined: Oct 8th, 2010
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    Christian, Thanks! I'll check out the link and see where we go from here. It might be a worthwhile investment to purchase the plug-ins also. Cheers, LogicStu-JDC [quote=Christian L.]Hi LogicStu-JDC, Yes, definitely check out the articles Rounik mentioned... If you want to view a tutorial explaining the Pitch Correction plugin included with Logic, watch video #24 of Logic 7 202 : Logic's Plug-Ins - Unplugged http://play.macprovideo.com/logicplugins1/24 Although this tutorial was made for Logic 7, it is still relevant to Logic 9... apart from the outdated user interface! :) Christian[/quote]
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  • GaryHiebner
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    Joined: May 6th, 2007
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    I would definitely recommend Melodyne. The interface is great, and the pitch and time-stretching algorithms are superb. You can use the app as a standalone application or as a plugin in Logic. The tutorial by David Andris gives a clear indication of the possibilities with Melodyne: [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/melodyne201-advanced[/url] Check it out, and see how you can pitch and time-correct your audio.
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  • LogicStu-JDC
    Posts: 50
    Joined: Oct 8th, 2010
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    I've been playing around w/ the pitch corrector onboard logic, and its really neat. I was wondering about when to utilize itâ¦during vocal recording or post recording? Just experimenting with it post-recording, I see how it effects vocals. And does the "chromatic" setting cover the spectrum of notes vocally that are out of pitch opposed to say, maybe the "bmaj7" setting? I didn't see anything that would answer that question in my logic tutorials. Thanks, LogicStu-JDC
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  • GaryHiebner
    Posts: 1434
    Joined: May 6th, 2007
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    Hi LogicStu-JDC, Use it during the post recording phase. You will use it when you are in the mixing phase. The Chromatic scale includes every note, even the semi-tones. So yes it will include notes from the Bmaj7 scale.
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  • Rudywyo
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    Joined: Mar 8th, 2015
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    Hi LogicStu-JDC, I work for Synchro Arts, the company who developed VocALign and Revoice Pro 3. Revoice Pro 3 offers pitch and time-stretching algorithms as well as a whole lot more. It might be worth watching this overview video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Au5JLq7W5k Happy to answer any questions you might have
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  • Student446025
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    Joined: Sep 14th, 2019
    Re: Vocal Pitch Correction
    As the other members told you, both choices go well with the plugins that have been developed to integrate both softwares. In my case I use Autotune pro (https://autotune.pro) from antarestech and It goes great! If you try, text me and we can share advices and tips!
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