Logic Pro X flex pitch v crossfade?

peterlemer

Logician
Working on a vocal track made up of many regions.
2 distinct problems:

1. at the beginning of a handful of regions, the audio drops out.
I have removed all automation from that track, the regions appear visually to be normal.

I can't replicate the effect 100%, although it never happens if a cycle begins close to the beginning of the dropout.

I can cure it by putting in a crossfade at the beginning of each region.

2. the singer has made two adjacent pitch mistakes and I can correct these using Melodyne. but because the track has many tempo changes, I need to train Melodyne to learn the entire song's 7 minutes for those 2 notes.
I therefore tried flex pitch for the first time and it worked a dream :)

However, while flex time was engaged, all the crossfades were disengaged and I wasn't allowed to redraw them.

Hence the subject line :)

any suggestions?

pete
 

peterlemer

Logician
problem solved by bouncing regions while flex pitch was engaged. Then disengaging flex pitch and recovering all my x-fades.

Is this the direct route, or is it a workaround?


pete
 
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Atlas

Logician
I would venture a work around... It seems that Logic does not permit piling up of different audio edits types...
 
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