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Well after five years of waiting I can finally say "tempo mapping for Studio One is here!"
Here is a quick demonstration of this amazing new capability made possible through Melodyne's new feature, ARA and Studio One's timeline.

Introduction to Tempo Mapping (Why tempo map?)
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b]Here is a PDF Tempo mapping manual to get you started.[/b]

This is but a quick demonstration and more detailed free training that will be available soon.
Getting started with Tempo Mapping
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1) Basic Studio One set up for tempo mapping
2) Getting around Melodyne 4 Tempo editor
3) How to accurately set the first beat and confirming time signature
4) Fine tuning the results of Melodyne's auto generated tempo map
5) Dealing with changes in time signature and complete gaps in tempo
6) Using Melodyne's free form tempo editing to draw difficult tempo line draggable to Studio One's time line.

Advance Class on Melodyne Tempo Mapping In Studio One
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by dgkenney on Wed Jan 13, 2016 7:49 pm
Funny you should post this. I just logged on to send you a message asking exactly these questions. Looks like it could be the answer to a number of live performance editing and mixing issues. I look forward to your analysis and hints
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by jpettit on Wed Jan 13, 2016 7:53 pm
It is decades ahead of anything I have ever use for finding free form tempos and their tempo refinement is smooth and well thought out.

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by jpettit on Wed Jan 13, 2016 8:29 pm
Oh and yes you can define the hotkeys now.

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by Bbd on Wed Jan 13, 2016 9:24 pm
This totally rocks!
:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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by dr4kan on Thu Jan 14, 2016 12:28 am
Thank you for the video.

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by jpettit on Thu Jan 14, 2016 12:33 am
dr4kan wroteThank you for the video.

Does it look like something useful to you?

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by niles on Thu Jan 14, 2016 4:56 am
Nice video, however I may be missing something here, because apart from the map view/editor in Melodyne I wonder what's new about this? We could already drag the Melodyne (Essential) tempo to the tempo track of Studio One.

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by David Mood on Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:43 am
Great stuff, Jeff :thumbup:

I have two Melodyne licenses, one for Editor and one for Essential.
I logged in to my account, and could upgrade the Essential license to V4 for free, even though I registered it long before Nov. 2015.

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by jpettit on Thu Jan 14, 2016 9:39 am
niles wroteNice video, however I may be missing something here, because apart from the map view/editor in Melodyne I wonder what's new about this? We could already drag the Melodyne (Essential) tempo to the tempo track of Studio One.

What you and others maybe missing is five years worth of development.
True the old one could create a map but it was transient based and was not really usable for mapping as it did not find the down beat . I tried many times thus the five years of my number one feature request for Presonus to develope the feature.
This is way beyond anything any company has done the in my experience.
Using new algorithms it not only finds the true beats (not just transients) the down beats, the meter and beat one.
The editor is also state of the art at dealing with inserting extra beats due to syncopation, retarding, complete drop outs and smoothing overall changes in tempo variations.
As someone one who did this weekly, I am very happy. :D

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by jpettit on Thu Jan 14, 2016 12:03 pm
Bub wroteThe biggest difference I'm seeing is they are calling it 'Intonation' correction now instead of 'pitch' correction. That and a few other things that should have been there from the beginning like key bindings etc. etc.. that I shouldn't have to pay $149 bucks for.
Bub, If you are not into: Tempo Mapping, or need hotkey binding, or want to use the new universal algorithm for things such as tape stop effects, or want the new kinds of polyphonic correction (One that actual works with distorted guitars), then yes there might be some heavy thinking about paying the upgrade price. :-) .... Seriously some will pass.

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by niles on Thu Jan 14, 2016 12:48 pm
jpettit wroteUsing new algorithms it not only finds the true beats (not just transients) the down beats, the meter and beat one.

Ah, so it detects tempo based on (pitch) changes too, that's very interesting and easy.

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by jeffjohnson on Thu Jan 14, 2016 12:51 pm
Thanks for the video jpettit. Looking forward to more Melodyne 4 videos from you as they are very helpful.

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by oldblood on Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:40 pm
Thanks for the great vid..!
After using it for half hour I really loved it. not used it for what it supposed to be for, but hey I think I can have some fun with this....Niccceeeeee!!!!!

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by matthewgorman on Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:47 pm
I just upgraded Editor to Studio for $125 at Audiodeluxe. Couldn't resist that deal.


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by jpettit on Thu Jan 14, 2016 2:05 pm
niles wrote
jpettit wroteUsing new algorithms it not only finds the true beats (not just transients) the down beats, the meter and beat one.

Ah, so it detects tempo based on (pitch) changes too, that's very interesting and easy.
I don't know about easy :-). It is also not perfect as it takes AI to actual figure it out, but they are leading the pack and I am sure it will get smarter over time. ( just like polyphonic detection is way better than 5 years ago) :thumbup:

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by jpettit on Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:36 pm
I added Celemony's founder Peter Neubäcker describing this new state of art algorithm for finding tempo. in the original post. :thumbup:
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by Bbd on Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:40 pm
Just downloaded and installed it.
My first test on a lead vocal went great.
It "feels" good. I only had time to pitch correct a verse, slide some blobs around and edit some formants.
I can't wait to test the auto tempo mapping.
For paying the little extra to get Studio vs. Editor was so worth it! It really is a no brainer.
Had to do it!

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by jpettit on Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:50 pm
Bbd wroteJust downloaded and installed it.
My first test on a lead vocal went great.
It "feels" good. I only had time to pitch correct a verse, slide some blobs around and edit some formants.
I can't wait to test the auto tempo mapping.
For paying the little extra to get Studio vs. Editor was so worth it! It really is a no brainer.
Had to do it!

PM me for a basic written procedure. I will not get to the the basic training video for a week or so.

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by sambosun on Fri Jan 15, 2016 2:29 am
True! But I still wouldnt mind an elegant non melodyne based tempo function when working with VI's. Like draging the grid etc.

jpettit wrote
niles wroteNice video, however I may be missing something here, because apart from the map view/editor in Melodyne I wonder what's new about this? We could already drag the Melodyne (Essential) tempo to the tempo track of Studio One.

What you and others maybe missing is five years worth of development.
True the old one could create a map but it was transient based and was not really usable for mapping as it did not find the down beat . I tried many times thus the five years of my number one feature request for Presonus to develope the feature.
This is way beyond anything any company has done the in my experience.
Using new algorithms it not only finds the true beats (not just transients) the down beats, the meter and beat one.
The editor is also state of the art at dealing with inserting extra beats due to syncopation, retarding, complete drop outs and smoothing overall changes in tempo variations.
As someone one who did this weekly, I am very happy. :D

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