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I think it;s ARA integration. Visited the embedded website link. Good videos on S1V2.

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Awesome videos! Thank you for your time man, you're really great for doing this...
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Well produced, well narrated, excellent. Thanks.
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Can't wait to see more very nice job!!!
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Great videos! Thanks!
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Thanks so much you really show how powerful this can be. I have a whole set of songs that I need to migrate over from abelton live and this is gonna be super cool. all of those tracks were done to a click so extracting the groove well be where I start and then have that be what NI machine gets its feel from. Vids on ARS would be wonderful as you do a great job.
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Hey JPetite,

If you get time I'd be interested to know how you did the graphics in those vids. I assume they're overlays from a Graphics app, the transitions with the curvy arrows and flowcharts. Very, very cool way to flowchart the intro.



I'm a big Vegas user so I "steal" good ideas from more experienced video producers like you.

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Thanks very much for that! Very useful and very clear. These videos are professional to the point where I think you should get a head mic & then speak to the people at groove3.com about a Studio One series of videos.
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Excellent stuff
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thank you
click here to listen to some tracks

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Phantastic. As i am a non prof singer and don't spent much time with daw - this videos are helping a lot. THANK YOU

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This is a post I have had bookmarked since it was first posted by Jeff Pettitt nearly two years ago. It is a valuable resource and it deserves this bump!

I haven't taken the time, until just recently to make use of the Audio Bend in v2. I have always considered myself to be a "Rhythm Guitar Player"...But my timing REALLY sucks. So, to try and improve that, I put together my own "click track" using EZ Drummer and the piano roll.

I have never been satisfied with the results using the metronome in S1, feeling like it gets lost while I am recording guitar. By using EZ drummer to create a custom click track, I now have the audible reference, as well as a visual reference with the wave form. Plus it's available for any new recording I do, at whatever tempo I choose.

The added benefit of this, is that it showed me just how much my timing is off. The old adage of how do you get to Carnegie Hall (practice practice practice) has never been more apparent!

Once I feel I am as close as I can reasonably get to keeping in time, then I will make use of Jeff's EXCELLENT video's to get it spot on!

So Thank You Again Jeff!....BUMP BUMP BUMPITY BUMP!

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Worthy Bump Tex.

I have referenced these videos more than once when using timing operations that I don't frequently perform.

A big thanks again to Jeff.
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Here are a few I did myself a while back!

http://www.youtube.com/user/SolidSoundAtlanta/videos?flow=grid&view=0


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Texas Willie wrote:This is a post I have had bookmarked since it was first posted by Jeff Pettitt nearly two years ago. It is a valuable resource and it deserves this bump!

I haven't taken the time, until just recently to make use of the Audio Bend in v2. I have always considered myself to be a "Rhythm Guitar Player"...But my timing REALLY sucks. So, to try and improve that, I put together my own "click track" using EZ Drummer and the piano roll.

I have never been satisfied with the results using the metronome in S1, feeling like it gets lost while I am recording guitar. By using EZ drummer to create a custom click track, I now have the audible reference, as well as a visual reference with the wave form. Plus it's available for any new recording I do, at whatever tempo I choose.

The added benefit of this, is that it showed me just how much my timing is off. The old adage of how do you get to Carnegie Hall (practice practice practice) has never been more apparent!

Once I feel I am as close as I can reasonably get to keeping in time, then I will make use of Jeff's EXCELLENT video's to get it spot on!

So Thank You Again Jeff!....BUMP BUMP BUMPITY BUMP!

TW

Your welcome guys
Music = Melody + Harmony +. Rhythm.
Rhythm = Bend tool/quantize
Melody = ARA Melodyne
Harmony = ARA Melodyne Editor

2.0 was a great core improvement.... can't wait to see what to see is in store for the next big release.

Thanks


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