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Old 09-25-2006, 09:20 AM
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Default Waves Tune and delay compensation

I've been using Tune for about a week and I like it more and more, it beats the hell out of Autotune specially with tracking.

I am having an issue with delay compensation, if I use a short one it's not enbough and the track falls behind, if I apply a long one the track ends up ahead.

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Old 09-25-2006, 10:31 AM
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I think it is in the nature of Pitch correction that there is a little timing slop. I usuall do a little light editing of my printed Tune fixes. I cut up the audio into lines or phrases and match them with the original timing. Having said that, it's never more than a couple of ms. out.

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Old 09-25-2006, 10:42 AM
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yes, that's what I've been doing, just wondering if there was a better way to get it in time... I guess not...

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vocalign is good for that. print the tuned vox and then vocalign the tuned track to the original.

having said that, try Melodyne, it smokes Tune IMO.
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Old 09-25-2006, 12:27 PM
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vocalign is good for that. print the tuned vox and then vocalign the tuned track to the original.

having said that, try Melodyne, it smokes Tune IMO.
I don't want to use vocalign, enough processing with Tune

how do you deal with Melodyne outside PT?

what do you find better, tracking, sound, tuning?
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Melodyne is better in all those areas IMO. I use the Melodyne Bridge plugin and it works as advertised. You can Command Tab back and forth between the apps.
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Different strokes for folks. I am quite expert with Melodyne (which I like very much), but I'll go for Tune every time for pure pitch correction. I do mix a lot of live vocals with trashy leakage, and Tune will run circles around Melodyne tracking that stuff.

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yea, I might give tracking to Tune but Melodyne definitely wins on sound quality IMO.
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