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#1 kittygroove

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Posted 20 August 2005 - 07:18 AM

hi guys

hope everyone is well! what a day, got a ripper song checked the key with the singer spent all day doing it up and the singer arrived yep wrong key!!! ahhh

anyways i quickly pitch shifted it using the function under the factory setting. I had about 8 guitars all double tracked sounding great in the original key....crapolla in the new key

to save time replaying all these in the correct key does anyone know how i can pitch shift (basically up a 4th) without getting a shocking transposed sound? do i turn harmonic function on? and which setting do i use monophonic?

any tips would be much appreciated :)

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#2 BlazingMagnum

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Posted 22 August 2005 - 10:45 AM

Hi Kittygroove
- I've never once heard a natural sounding pitch-shifted guitar sound. In fact, I've never once heard a realistic sampled guitar either.
It's just one of those instruments that never sounds right.

hi guys

hope everyone is well! what a day, got a ripper song checked the key with the singer spent all day doing it up and the singer arrived yep wrong key!!! ahhh

anyways i quickly pitch shifted it using the function under the factory setting. I had about 8 guitars all double tracked sounding great in the original key....crapolla in the new key

to save time replaying all these in the correct key does anyone know how i can pitch shift (basically up a 4th) without getting a shocking transposed sound? do i turn harmonic function on? and which setting do i use monophonic?

any tips would be much appreciated :)

kittygroove

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#3 tobyond

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Posted 22 August 2005 - 10:58 AM

The best utility for pitch shift is Melodyne. Try the demo, it's phenomenal.

#4 kittygroove

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Posted 22 August 2005 - 02:55 PM

The best utility for pitch shift is Melodyne. Try the demo, it's phenomenal.

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thanks i will check out melodyne for future refrence. i went through and replayed all guitar parts, sounds even better so i guess sometimes things happen for a reason :) thanks for your help guys.

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#5 BlazingMagnum

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 06:48 AM

Cool - glad you got it sorted out in the end. I'll check out that demo too! Gotta come in handy for something.

#6 JeremyL

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Posted 02 April 2015 - 08:54 AM

Another option could be Revoice Pro 3 which also has very high quality re-pitching and re-timing capabilities to use on vocals and instruments. Watch this overview video:

 






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