This section gives more detailed instructions and information for the APT Process, its operations and settings.

If you don't understand the basic principles of APT yet, you should read the APT overview and APT: step-by step guide.

For details of functions common to all Processes see Basic Process functions. This explains a number of the points mentioned below.

When setting up an APT process, you need to specify:

  1. That the "Selected Process" is an APT process
  2. Which tracks contain the Input Guide and Dub shown in the "Inputs" selector.
  3. Which track the Output should go to ("Output")
  4. What are the time ranges of the Guide signal and the Dub signal
  5. What are the APT process settings (Process Control Panel)
  6. Whether you want to process more than one Dub at the same time with the same settings.

Revoice Pro chooses these settings for you automatically when you have done the same processing previously, and when you set a Playback Range or create new tracks.

IMPORTANT: There are, though, many times that these settings will need to be altered.

In addition, using the Warp functions, (particularly Warp Region) the time and pitch of Lead and Harmony Guide tracks can be modified first in Revoice Pro for creative or corrective purposes. 

The advantage of doing this in Revoice Pro is that modifications to Guide tracks will be automatically passed along to other tracks using the Guides' timing or pitch information.

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Topics in this section:

Adjusting APT settings

Creating multiple APT Processes

Process Groups

Creating time-varying pitch processing settings

APT: advanced techniques

Related topics:


Audio Performance Transfer

APT step-by-step introduction

Basic Process functions

Editing signal waveforms

Audio setup, monitoring and playback

Manually adjust timing, pitch and level