Claudio, Jorge ... so excited to install 2.0 - Ive been with you since the beginning.
Just a couple of questions regarding some strange behavior in 2.o
I am running Logic 9.1.5 on a Mac 8Core2.8 /16gig ram / SnowLeopard 10.6.8
1. Note separation tool - when separating notes / once the blob has been cut -both pieces are now highlighted. I am pretty certain that in previous version both pieces of the blob were not highlighted. / this is slowing down workflow - especially when I am chopping off the dreaded S's and T's etc. / I usually snip and then I can immediately double click to throw the note to the grid / now if I follow the same workflow procedure - the "s" get pitched as it is highlighted.
2. Some strange behavior when trying to snap note to pitch - the blobs will not always snap as expected.. It kind of wiggles on and off pitch, and then goes pack to its previous position. Unselecting the blob then reselecting the blob, will normally fix the problem.
Sometimes, lets say the note is only a few cents sharp off C - double clicking the blob wold typically move it down to the C. In several instances, double clicking actually shot the note up to the several steps higher - really strange.
Again - it does not happen all the time - but pitched about 8 tracks in V2 last night and noticed it several times.
3. File Transfer - I transferred a verse vocal in and everything worked as expected. - I corrected it - and then proceeded to transfer in the chorus section (same track, same instance of Melodyne) - I noticed in the File transfer window under preferences - it listed 2 separate melofyne location files / Is this normal behavior?
On another vocal track, I transferred a verse, corrected, - then transferred the chorus - had to undo that from within the plug /and when i retransferred in the audio - strangely - though the detection was set to melodic, there was an overlapping of blobs -
Would deleting the Celemony prefs in my pref folder - be a good idea? - seems things are little strange.
Other than that ..... Melodyne still sounds better than anything else on the market.
Sure hope the Logic team gives us ARA - though judging by their patent for polyphonic pitch detection filed by Stefan..it doesn't appear that Apple thinks they have a better way....
As a loyal logic user... I draw the line at my pitch correction - Its Melodyne for me.