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Pitch Correction built in

collaborate with Melodyne and integrate pitch correction into ProTools

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Submitted by digitalfactory 4 years ago

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  1. The Idea titled pitch correction was merged with this Idea
    2 years ago

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  1. nschafer Merged

    both in the edit window as well as a plugin. either would be great.

    4 years ago
  2. Don't forget to integrate a fully working pitch correction and not a light version.

    4 years ago
  3. I wish they would purchase Melodyne and integrate it right into the tracks. Imagine how cool it would be to have a pitch view (similar to notes view) on audio tracks. Especially with Melodyne's DNA, this would be way cool if it was integrated. (Kind of like how they bought Sibelius and did some integration).

    4 years ago
  4. Exactly! What I'm envisioning is how they finally got their midi editor right in PT 9. You just double click a midi region on the edit page and it opens up the piano scroll for you to edit away. You should be able to open an audio region the same way and it opens to basically a melodyne 'piano scroll' type page for you to edit to your hearts content!

    3 years ago
  5. Exactly! What I'm envisioning is how they finally got their midi editor right in PT 9. You just double click a midi region on the edit page and it opens up the piano scroll for you to edit away. You should be able to open an audio region the same way and it opens to basically a melodyne 'piano scroll' type page for you to edit to your hearts content!

    3 years ago
  6. Exactly! What I'm envisioning is how they finally got their midi editor right in PT 9. You just double click a midi region on the edit page and it opens up the piano scroll for you to edit away. You should be able to open an audio region the same way and it opens to basically a melodyne 'piano scroll' type page for you to edit to your hearts content!

    3 years ago
  7. There is pitch and time correction, but nothing on the scale of Melodyne. This will be good if integrated.

    3 years ago
  8. You know. Better yet. It would be great if Pro Tools was able to have the pitch view which could integrate either Melodyne or Autotune into the "Pitch" view. Maybe the customers would still have to purchase Melodyne or AutoTune, but once purchased, it would be more integrated into the actual tracks and Pitch/Midi/Editor sort of thing.

    3 years ago
  9. I could imagine something along the lines of VariAudio that Cubase has had since v5 working well in the Pro Tools environment and it would elivate PT way beyond any other DAW, as I am sure Avid would put a unique spin on how they would impliment it. Great idea!

    2 years ago
  10. I want the whole SSL collection, Seratos PitchnTime, waves L3 all as default plugs for Pro Tools. What nonsense. Pitch correction IS actually integrated in Elastic Audio and that is ok. I dont want to pay 800$ for the next update when you guys want to have all major plugins to be integrated. Plugins are there to be bought in order to fit to your individual studio tasks

    2 years ago
  11. Please integrate with Celemony's new ARA API.

    http://www.celemony.com/cms/index.php?id=ara

    2 years ago
  12. a must have industry standart function.

    2 years ago
  13. If AVID implements this feature in next version, I WILL buy it =)

    2 years ago
  14. I don't think this is the same as asking for plug-ins for "free"... just enabling tighter integration. A big hassle with Melodyne right now is the synchronization between its editor and the pro tools editor, going back and forth between the two for playback and editing. Taking it a step further and having it in one of the track views would be even better but personally just playback/edit integration would be a positive step.

    2 years ago
  15. I agree that it'd be nice to have tighter integration, but this is not a core DAW issue, and I wouldn't want Avid developers to spend their time on it.

    I use Melodyne, and I always work in the full program, the Melodyne editor...yes, it takes a little longer to bounce and import a reference mix to Melodyne and setup a a Melodyne songfile, but it gives full functionality, and excellent performance. And that one Melodyne songfile can be used for every pitch-shifted track in a given Pro-Tools session.

    If you integrate this kind of pitch shifting into ProTools, it's likely to be a "lite" version, and most people will want better...or, you'll be choosing between Melodyne and Autotune, or something else, and everybody will have their own preference and not be satisfied with the built in pitch shifting anyway.

    Sorry, but I think this is a prime example of what NOT to ask for in PT.

    2 years ago
  16. Have you checked out Celemony's ARA. This is something for all pitch correction applications that would allow better integration of Melodyne/Autotune etc. into Pro Tools. Check this out here: http://www.celemony.com/cms/index.php?id=ara

    Perhaps the feature request should be to integrate ARA into Pro Tools.

    2 years ago
  17. Usually when there's a request to have some plugin inside ProTools for which there is already a 3rd party alternative, I don't want development pulled from something important to that (just buy the 3rd party plugin already!).

    But in this case it's a bit different. Having the actual interface of Melodyne (or equivalent) built right into the track view would be a humongous improvement over workflow. There are also other things, like where the scratch files are, and rendering management which would improve.

    If Celemony's new "ARA" effectively solves this entirely, then it could be left 3rd party.

    2 years ago
    1. Zerobeat - well said.

      And after reading up on Melodyne ARA, I hope that Avid will look into it. It sounds like Celemony has put some serious thought into the next steps that have to be taken in integrating different software programs.

      2 years ago
  18. Studio One Professional has Melodyne now. Come on Avid. Get with it.

    1 year ago
  19. Working with Melodyne now as a plug in seems... fine.

    I do find it a bit of a bother at times though. It would be nice to have a commit button so I don't have to re-record the clip I've just worked on.

    1 year ago
  20. I first drifted to Studio One (kicking and screaming because I love PT) due to poor compatibity with RME (changing buffer and sample rate is a nightmare), and 64 bits as an alluring bonus that I was growing frustrated wating for. Melodyne integration seemed cool but gimicky. After using it, it is one of the coolest things I have ever used for creativity. I can easily play around with a background vocal or violin line and change the melody/harmony line on the fly until I find something even better, or duplicate it and make a new harmony, with not effort at all. Of course if if sounds a bit "off" I'll just re-record it later, but to be able to do this within seconds without hassle is huge for me. There's also just converting a vocal line to midi instantaneously and all the creatively fun stuff you can do with that. I highly recommend pro-tools goes this route. If they do 64 bit, a complete functional asio integration including buffer and samplete rate on windows 7, and melodyne integration, I'll happily go back at any cost... until then, I'm getting happier and happier with Studio One.

    1 year ago
  21. see cubase!! for half the price they managed to integrate pitch correction into the track! pitch corrections should be region related. everything else is a waste of time.

    1 year ago
  22. jeez,

    Is this a thread where we can name any third party product we don't want to buy and suggest it be added into pro tools for free?

    And some people are even saying if it is added they will buy pro tools?

    So people who haven't bought pro tools or melodyne want avid to buy melodyne and integrate it into pro tools and then they will buy it?

    I both pro tools and bought melodyne and I'm happy to say they work very well together. So I really don't want avid to give me something for free that I already paid for.

    When I pay to upgrade to pt11, I'd quite like to get new features that are actually new to me.

    So it's a - from me

    1 year ago
  23. Yes yes a thousand times yes! If I could vote a hundred times for this I would. Who uses "blocks" view? No one! Get rid of "blocks" view and turn it into "pitch view", or as other people have said integrate it into a new window like they did with MIDI. I'm so tired of trying to do edits simultaneously in the Melodyne and ProTools windows separately, it's cumbersome and time consuming. I've also fallen out with love with Melodyne of late (user since 2007).

    This MUST be on their to-do list!!

    1 year ago
  24. No that Pro Tools have addressed a lot of other things this is now pT10's biggest flaw a bounce in place function or pref audio suite pitch correction is reall necessary for full time pro engineers

    1 year ago