Stefan Lindlahr wrote:
One little thing to add:
So basically that's what what the Bridge does: it patches each Melodyne track to a different track in Logic.
The audio of the Melodyne track can either be recorded in Logic and then transferred to the Melodyne track via the Bridge (which is what you do with the lead vocal); or it is created in Melodyne right away without any transfer (which is what you do when doubling or adding harmonies). In both cases the audio is monitored in Logic via the Bridge (with no need for ReWire).
Now it's more clear to me.
PS: Hey Stefan! Btw, in Working with Melodyne
, there is a new thread: Backing vocals aka "What goes around comes around"
Question: what elements are needed to get that jucy ang big backing vocal sound??? To me the producers of it really did a great job.
Wouldn't it be inspiring that you also add to this particular topic one little thing
Definitely in those backings there are effect elements included. It's Not all natural, but it sounds very, very ATTRACTIVE!
(Is there Eventides "Harmonizer" included or from Roland some chorus effect)?
How to produce such gorgeous backings?
Where are the wizards to give effective input – also in delicate matters?
Wo sind sie geblieben?
"What goes around comes around" is for me a standard study case.
By understanding deeply the principles involved, backing vocals would gain enormously!