On MOTU's website they cleverly show how to scale back vibrato on vocals, however I cannot for the life of me figure out how they are doing this. I highlight the pitch and turn on the reshape tool and still get a sideways arrow. I am trying to get the vertical pitch arrow...I can do this in Melodyne and Auto tune, but would much rather not add those plugins unless necessary. I must be doin something wrong. The "scale expression" feature in the audio menu does this but not visually. I figured one of you can help!
here is the link http://www.motu.com/products/software/dp/pitch-auto.html
I think you can select the vibrato sections of the vocal pass.Then select the scale expression in the audio pitch correction menu,then I usually set it a 30%.That seems to help the problem for me.
Hey there! Just came across this group.
Her's how to scale pitch in DP:
Display the pitch view in the sequence editor. Zoom in close enough that you see the pitch and target bars. The target bars are used as guides when doing pitch scaling. You can use the M key to glue target bars together. You can drag the ends of the target bars to change duration. You can use the C key to cut target bars.
If you hold down the Option key and drag on the pitch line, you will scale the pitch within that target bar.
Drag up exaggerates the pitch differences. Drag down conforms the pitch top the target bar.