If you’ve ever engineered a studio session with … let’s say “questionable” talent … you may know exactly what this feels like:
A bit extreme? Possibly. But touching up even a great performance seems to be part of the job description in many genres of music these days. It’s near impossible to go from horrible to great, but it’s very possible to go from great to amazing with some tools like Melodyne, which allow you to correct pitch in a very natural way.
But how do these guys do it? What are the tips to success as an engineer when it comes to improving a great performance? Check out some training on Track Editing and pick up lots of new tips and tricks on how to get amazing performances!