In this video on Tuning the Chorus from Dance Music Masters 112: Danny Kirsch Topline Vocal Production, Danny shows how he uses Melodyne to tune a vocal performance.
Now you don’t have to be using Melodyne as many DAWs, including Cubase and Logic Pro have their own built-in pitch editors. However, during this 6 minute video tutorial you’ll get to see how easy Melodyne can be for correcting recorded vocal performances. It really is as easy as editing MIDI notes.
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In electronic dance music, a top line producer is often sent an instrumental track. He listens, gets inspired and then composes the melody and the lyrics. But that's just the beginning. Next comes the vocalist and the recording and the final production of the vocal tracks.
In this course, top line producer Danny Kirsch takes you through his vocal production workflow. Starting with an Olav Basoski instrumental track, you sit with Danny in the studio as he works with the singer and records the vocals to complement Olav’s work.
Then, join Danny as he explains the vocal editing process where he arranges, harmonizes and then tunes the vocals using his favorite software tools. Finally, see how he mixes his newly created vocals to perfectly match, fit and enhance the initial Olav Basoski track.
So watch this course now to learn how producer Danny Kirsch creates his acclaimed top lines in this live-action, 34-tutorial, Dance Music Masters course. Be sure to watch all of the courses in this collection to get hot tips from the best EDM producers on the planet!
Learn more about Danny Kirsch and his credits here: http://www.dannykirsch.com
Watch the complete video course on vocal production by Danny Kirsch here.