Melodyne Editor iconMelodyne Editor 2.1.1

A professional audio plugin that integrates the most important Melodyne's functions directly into a host sequencer

Melodyne editor is the an audio plugin which gives you the revolutionary Direct Note Access technology.

This technology makes possible what had previously been considered impossible: access to individual notes in polyphonic audio material.

Correct a wrong note in a piano recording, change the chords of a guitar accompaniment after the recording is over, reshape at will a sample lick.

In conclusio, the Melodyne editor allows you to do things of which, until now, you could only dream.

Applications:
· manual or automatic correction of intonation and timing errors
· refashioning of melodies, harmonies, timing and rhythm
· transposition including adjustment to scale
· modifying various note parameters such as volume, vibrato, formant spectrum
· pitch shifting and time stretching
· (re-)quantization
· MIDI file export

Main features:

  • single-track audio editing environment with Melodyne technology
  • suitable for monophonic, polyphonic and rhythmic/complex audio material
  • offers with DNA direct access to individual notes within chords
  • works as a plug-in (VST, AU, RTAS) in compatible DAWs under Mac OS X and Windows
  • can also be used in stand-alone mode
  • activation on up to two computers or via iLok
  • user interface and manual in English, German, French, Spanish and Japanese

last updated on:
October 15th, 2013, 23:36 GMT
file size:
118.1 MB
price:
€399.00
 
developed by:
Celemony Software GmbH
license type:
Trial 
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.4 or later
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Audio
download hub:
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What's New in version 2.1.0
  • Improvements:
  • Time ruler zoom:
  • A new feature has been added that allows you to click and drag vertically on the time ruler in order to zoom in/out. This reflects the behavior used by most DAWs. On top of that it means that in one mouse action you can combine the vertical drag (for zooming) with a horizontal drag (for scrubbing).
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