Im running Melodyne Singletrack as a plugin from Logic Pro 9 on a MB pro 2,2 i7 with 8gb ram OSX 10.6.8 My problem is that when I succeed in using Melodyne on a part of a vocal track ( eg. bar 100 to 103 ) the vocal will turn op in another bar sometimes...like offset to the bar-ruler.
I also tried to capture some vocals from bar no. 50 but Melodyne doesn't show bars beneath 76 or so. What am I doing wrong?
Thank you for your quick response. I do have one other plugin on each vocal channelstrip, but only on one of the channels is the other plug set before the Melodyne. I do actually have tempochanges in my song, but the offset on the different tracks are random. If they were caused by tempochanges, I would expect the discrepancies to be the same on each track, as the vocal parts are in the same position ( bar ) on every track.
Furthermore I did not get a warning from Melodyne suggesting that I should be aware of tempochanges, as your video tutorial showed - which leads me to the conclusion that that might not be the problem.
Mac OS X 10.8.2 Logic Pro 9.1.8 Ableton Live 8
Just to eliminate a possible source of problem, see if you usually have a loop active in Logic? If you do, turn it off to check cause M-Editor sometimes doesn't turn around @ loop-end but continue playing on internally. So if you later start Logic's playback by clicking in the bar-ruler, Melodyne might sometimes play visibly out of sync but the audio plays correct. Ex. if you have a 4 bar loop Melodyne might play a 4 bar loop but is counting from where you start playback by using Logic's bar-ruler. Might not be your problem but you can easily checked it by turning any active loop off.
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