AnsweredSo adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done?

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2017/09/12 18:29:17 (permalink)

So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done?

Been trying this following the help manual, but so far nothing changes the speed of the original audio. Which leads to my question, does it even work?
 
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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/12 21:22:20 (permalink)
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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/13 00:24:19 (permalink)
40 views and no-one has a clue?  Gee Melodyne is not as big here as I would have thought
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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/13 00:36:24 (permalink)
If it's the Essentials edition which comes with Sonar, then I'm pretty sure it can't be done, only the higher editions can do tempo editing. There's a comparison chart here http://www.celemony.com/en/melodyne/editions-and-technical-matters which indicates Tempo detection/Tempo Editor functions are only available in Editor and Studio editions.

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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/13 00:38:23 (permalink)
I have not used this technique, but here is a link to Celemony's help site, specifically for Tempo adjustment:
 
 
http://helpcenter.celemony.com/hc2-content/melodynestudio4training/en/hc2-training_r1t2.3_die_tempozuweisung.html?docKey=HC2-Training_R1T2.3_Die_Tempozuweisung&sidebar=tocgroup.melodyne-training&edition=melodyne-studio
 
 
I would suggest you copy the link and paste it in your browser.  I would be interested in how it works for you. 
 
 

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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/13 15:38:47 (permalink)
Thansk for all of that, but, yeah roads well travelled already. It just does not seem to work. To the first poster, yes its the Studio version which is a paid version why I wrote it in the OP really!
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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/13 15:46:53 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby joden 2017/09/14 02:16:33
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Been trying this following the help manual, but so far nothing changes the speed of the original audio. Which leads to my question, does it even work?
 
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You need to go to the RFX menu in the corner of the clip and enable "Follow Host Tempo"

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Re: So adjusting tempo using Melodyne studio - can it be done? 2017/09/14 02:15:36 (permalink)
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Been trying this following the help manual, but so far nothing changes the speed of the original audio. Which leads to my question, does it even work?
 
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You need to go to the RFX menu in the corner of the clip and enable "Follow Host Tempo"


okay, thanks - that certainly was NOT in the Melodyne instructions haha!
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