Edit the pitch of audio in the Audio Track Editor
When you choose Flex Pitch for a track in the Audio Track Editor, any sections of audio on that track that are identified as individual notes are displayed like notes in the Piano Roll Editor. In the Audio Track Editor, you can edit the pitch, time position, and length of notes in much the same way as you would in the Piano Roll Editor. You can also cut notes and merge multiple notes into one.
Each individual note in the Audio Track Editor contains “hotspots,” which you can use to edit pitch, vibrato, gain, and other parameters.
Flex Pitch is also available in the Tracks area, when Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane.
Change the pitch of a note
Drag a note vertically in the editor.
Move a note
Drag a note horizontally in the editor.
Resize a note
Drag the left or right edge of a note.
Split a note
Click a note with the Scissors tool.
Merge two or more notes
Select two or more notes, then click with the Glue tool.
Edit the parameters of a note using “hotspots”
Select a note, then do any of the following:
To edit the pitch drift at the start of the note: Drag the upper-left hotspot vertically.
To edit the vibrato: Drag the upper-mid hotspot vertically.
To edit the pitch drift at the end of the note: Drag the upper-right hotspot vertically.
To edit the gain: Drag the lower-left hotspot vertically.
To edit the fine pitch: Drag the lower-mid hotspot vertically.
To edit the formant shift: Drag the lower-right hotspot vertically.