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    If you never piloted a vocal with a keyboard, you are missing out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazerBeakShiek View Post
    If you never piloted a vocal with a keyboard, you are missing out.
    That would be a vocoder. or something like this: OVox Vocal ReSynthesis – Vocal Synth, FX & Vocoder Plugin | Waves
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    No, that is Melodyne also.

    Watch the linked youtube video at 1:12 minutes.



    Unfortuneately I have no midi tab. Neither do the commenters asking the same question.
    I started a post on the melodyne support community.

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    I'm with the rest of the folks here... I don't have Melodyne, never tried to use it, never even downloaded the demo version.
    Sorry Shiek, I can't help you with this one.

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    I love my rack gear so much. It always works. Always has the same menus. Always responds to what is plugged into it. Always sounds the same.

    Computers ruined it. Way too friggin complicated.

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    I don't think its necessarily too complicated, but you seem to want everything to work the way the old stuff did and you're wanting everything to work at once. As with anything, there's a learning curve. Slow down and take things in steps.

    I've been playing with Reaper for almost 4 years, and I'm still learning stuff.

    FWIW, I felt the same way when I started looking into video editing. I thought it would work like my audio editing software, but no, it's fundamentally different. While I'm not going to put out "Star Wars" or anything, I can now cut and paste videos, and add new audio to produce a somewhat finished product. Heck, I remember when I got my first digital video camera. THERE'S NO PAUSE BUTTON!!!! How do you pause the video? It kept making new files. You end up with 25 or 30 short files instead of one nice one like on Hi8 tape. I had to adjust my thinking, and now it makes sense.

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    In case anybody cared the resolution was, Meldodyne 4 and above has no external midi control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazerBeakShiek View Post
    In case anybody cared the resolution was, Meldodyne 4 and above has no external midi control.

    Normally they add features. Its rare that those kinds of features get dropped, especially midi stuff, since EVERYTHING that kids do today is either midi or synth VST based.

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    Yup. I like using midi too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalismanRich View Post
    I don't think its necessarily too complicated, but you seem to want everything to work the way the old stuff did
    Yup.

    I want keyboard controlled voice at some level of mix with original in VST form.

    Like the 361 and 740 by Dolby were my secret weapons. The 740 was a Dobly / Pultec type EQ. The 361 is a legend and had no equal. As a population we were trained to like Dolby style encoding. It adds that certain something. 4 bands of particular compression.

    The Aural exciter and big bottom was a harmonic generator. Not the same type of thing at all.
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