Working With Revoice Pro 4 in Logic Pro X Part 1
Following on from our 'Getting Started' video which focuses on getting audio in and out of Logic, this is the first part of our more in-depth Logic Pro X tutorial series.
Here, once audio has been transferred from Logic Pro X, Marcus looks in more detail at time alignment inside Revoice Pro using our unique Audio Performance Transfer (APT) process and fixing a vocal tuning issue with the Warp feature. You can also learn more about some useful keyboard shortcuts and the APT presets included in Revoice Pro
Want to learn more?
Watch Part 2 of our 'Working With Revoice Pro 4 in Logic Pro X' series
Watch how to set up the Revoice Pro Monitor Plug-In in Logic Pro X here