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How open Melodyne by double-clicking.

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Hi all!

Is it possible to run Melodine double-click on the audio clip and at the same time a full window? Maybe in the next update?

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If the clip is already a region FX clip using Melodyne, then double clicking on that clip will open Melodyne by default.

Weather or not it is full screen, depends on your Multi-Dock size. Pressing CNTRL+D will resize the Dock.

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Just now, chuckebaby said:

If the clip is already a region FX clip using Melodyne, then double clicking on that clip will open Melodyne by default.

OK! I’ll ask another way: how would I make it possible to create a region FX with a double click of the mouse, and so that the Melodyne window opens immediately?

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Your only other option is to create a region FX using Melodyne first, then close it.

If you leave it as a region fx Melodyne and not render it, then double clicking will open the clip in Melodyne by double clicking.

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1 hour ago, chuckebaby said:

Your only other option is to create a region FX using Melodyne first, then close it.

If you leave it as a region fx Melodyne and not render it, then double clicking will open the clip in Melodyne by double clicking.

This is all clear. It is necessary by default, pressed double-click and the clip opened in a melodyne in a full window. Sorry for the auto-translation

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It would be very unexpected for double clicking to turn a clip into a melodyne clip automatically. There is a specific command CTRL-M to do that.

Double clicking only opens the related UI. If it is not a melodyne clip it opens the clip properties by default but it can also be configured to open the loop construction view.

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