Chapter 1 : Communication, Signal Flow, & Transfers
Learn how to set up the audio routing between the stand alone Revoice Pro 4 app and your DAW using the Revoice Pro Monitor plug-in.
Explore the three Audio Suite plug-ins used to transfer audio back and forth between Pro Tools & Revoice Pro 4.
See how to get audio into Revoice Pro 4 from Logic using the real-time Link plug-in, or using Logic?s Selection Based Processing for faster than real time transfers. Learn how to use drag and drop to then export from Revoice Pro back into Logic.
Explore the copy/paste and ARA2 transfer methods used to move audio between Studio One 4 and Revoice Pro 4.
Learn to set the relevant Revoice Pro sync and spot settings for accurate importing and exporting of audio.
Discover how to enable multiple views of the same session, set defaults for new sessions, and control the rendering modes necessary for auditioning, saving, and exporting the results of Revoice Pro 4 processes.
Chapter 2 : Working in Revoice Pro 4
Learn the basic navigation techniques to help you get around the Revoice Pro 4 interface.
Explore the different ways to set the playback range and see how it is used to define process ranges.
Learn how to add, remove, clear, resize, re-order, and duplicate tracks, as well as how to work with track layers and marker tracks.
Chapter 3 : The Processes
Discover the five different types of processes available, how to call up the New Process window, set input and output tracks, change processes, select a range, use presets, and move the output files from track to track.
See how to generate multiple Doubler processes and then edit the parameters of the processes individually for subtle variations.
Learn how to adjust the range of process blocks before and after APTs are applied, and how to add a protected range. Discover some useful key commands to audition different combinations of APT related tracks, as well to as to show only tracks related to the current process.
Discover how to process multiple dub tracks from one guide using the Create Multiple Processes function.
Chapter 4 : Warp Editing
Explore the differences between warp regions and warp processes, and look at a short overview of the differences between the warp, APT, and doubler process control panels.
Discover how the various tools used to edit pitch blocks work, as well as how to have pitch based edits conform to notes of a specified key and scale.
Follow along as harmonies are created from a lead vocal track. The vocal is first transferred from Pro Tools. Harmony parts are created using a couple of warp processes and some pitch editing. The newly created harmonies are then transferred back into the Pro Tools timeline.
See how Warp Points are used to control timing, and how the Pencil Tool is used to manually edit vibrato depth.
Now hear how the fantastic new Vibrato Warp Points are used to stretch/compress vocals while maintaining a perfectly consistent vibrato rate and depth.
Explore how these are created using the Warp Point Tool, including how to gradually speed up or slow down audio.
Chapter 5 : Advanced Tips
Learn how to automate APT parameters to vary over the duration of the process. In this example the pitch offset is changed to create harmony notes at specific places.
See how to use the S key to toggle between the Pitch and dB Grid, where level blocks are selected and dragged vertically to alter their output amount. The Volume process is also available for dynamic level changes over time, and a doubler process is automated in order to tighten up the timing of a specific doubled consonant.
See how the detection of pitch blocks are manually edited using the various Group and Modify menu functions.
Learn how to create new shortcut sets, as well as how to search, filter, and re-assign keyboard shortcuts for various Revoice Pro 4 functions.
Chapter 6 : 4.1 Update
Learn about Revoice Pro 4.1's new automatic track creation for process outputs, the new ability to create and work with multiple processes in a group, how to make groups from solo'd tracks, how to work with the new vertical scaling and scrolling shortcuts, and how to access tutorials and videos directly from within Revoice Pro 4.1.
Now see how the Warp Editing workflow is enhanced with the addition of some new key commands, how ARA 2 support is improved with automatic track creation, bar beat information, track name and color, and more. You'll also learn about the new bar beat position offset field in the Revoice Pro 4.1 Settings window and how it works with Logic Pro X transfers.
Chapter 7 : 4.2 Update
Learn all about the new features added to Revoice Pro 4.2 including Scale Detection, Warp Editing workflows, revised Menu organization, Formant Shifting, and more!
Chapter 8 : 4.3 Update
Learn how the new ARA version of the Link plug-in makes transferring back and forth between Logic Pro and Revoice Pro invisible; then see the new quick APT put to work on multiple vocal tracks.
Discover how the new Capture Only function is useful when working with multiple dub tracks and how the newly re-added Sync Points feature is used to correct more complex problems that a simple APT preset might miss.
Explore the new Quick APT and Quick Doubler workflows within Pro Tools and learn how the updated Link plug-in works in conjunction with Capture Only mode.
Watch as a Smart Align preset for both pitch and time is used, along with two manually created sync points, for fine tweaking.
Eli Krantzberg delivers the definitive video tutorial series on Syncro Arts’ Revoice Pro 4! Learn all of its features inside and out, and see and hear everything this amazing software can do for your pitch and time correction and creative needs.
Eli begins with videos on Revoice Pro 4 communication, signal flow, and transfers, including audio setup, session management and configuring RVP4 to work with various DAWs. You’ll then explore working with RVP4 and dig in to its different controls such as playback and navigation functions, defining process ranges, track controls and more.
Next, Eli shows you the different types of processes available, how to create multiple processes, working with APTs, warp and pitch editing, grouping, dividing, keyboard shortcuts and much more. Throughout the series you’ll also discover real-world settings and processes to use on your material to create vocal harmonies and other musical and rhythmic enhancements.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re new to Synchro Arts’ Revoice Pro 4 or just want to know more about it and what it can do, this is the one to watch… Checkout “Revoice Pro 4 Explained®” today.
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