Logic Pro X Pitch wavering

Tom Senff

Logician
This is a follow-up of a post made a few days ago ( to which I've yet to hear a reply ) I found that after singing in a vocal track and choosing pitch correction, it made the string tracks waver in pitch!! What's up with that? I had a choice in pitch correction of either “stereo” or “dual mono”. When choosing dual mono it made it sound like two vocal tracks which I didn't want. Then, when choosing stereo, which I also didn't really want, I got the pitch waver in the string parts. I don't understand this at all. It seems as though I've used the pitch correction before with no choice of dual or stereo........ did I choose the pitch correction plugin from the wrong place? Thanks!

tom
 

Markdvc

Administrator
Staff member
It sounds as if you want the pitch correction plugin to work solely on your vocal track, but for some reason it is having an effect on other sounds, you mention strings. Raises the question as to what signals are flowing through the pitch correction plugin? It would help a lot to have some details as to what you are doing, and using - if Logic Pro X, then flex pitch might be worth considering to straighten out your vocal track.

kind regards

Mark
 

Tom Senff

Logician
Hi Mark, and thanks for writing! I think you're exactly right about more signals flowing through the pitch correction plugin........ I just don't know how to be sure that only the vocal track is being corrected! I'm doing small time stuff....... vocal, bass, piano, drums, strings tracks on a MAC with Logic Pro X......... Maybe I was just careless and had the string track selected along with the vocal track...... I'll check that out....... I've tried Flex Pitch and do use it from time to time but it's sometimes hard to get it to do what I need......... I'm not even sure the pitch correction is that good either.......... after I use it, I can't tell much difference...... thanks again!

tom
 
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