You can easily change the pitch of vocals in Logic Pro X. You can transpose the pitch in semi-tones, and fine tune. You can change the pitch in tracks that you have already recorded to match the pitch of the instruments in your project.
A good example is when you have changed the key of your project, some of the existing tracks may be out of tune. Changing the pitch can help to make the vocals better.
- Choose a region in the Tracks area.
- Click on the inspector button on the control panel, or press I on the keyboard.
- Click the disclosure triangle in the inspector if necessary. It is the next region to view region elements. You can also press option-R to open the Region inspector on a different window.
- To Fine-tune or transpose an audio region, select a preset value, then click fine tune or transpose pop-up menu and select a preset value.
- To set a custom, click and drag in the fine tune or transpose field. The audio region in the Tracks area and audio tracks editor will show you how much you are transposing in semi-tunes.
- If you change the pitch of any region during playback, you will hear the changes immediately.
Changing pitch with flex pitch
- Flex pitch is built-in software for correcting pitch like Melodyne or auto-tune. Choose Flex pitch from the drop down menu. Logic will generate pitch blocks for all the notes in the region. Right-click and choose ‘set all to perfect pitch’ or edit them manually.
- You can also click ‘set all to original pitch’ to revert. Adjust the strength of the pitch correction in the inspector.
- Changing pitch in Logic Pro X is simple. Change the pitch of your music to make it better.