Celemony Melodyne editor - Polyphonic Pitch Shifting/Time Stretching Software (Upgrade)

Celemony Melodyne editor - Polyphonic Pitch Shifting/Time Stretching Software (Upgrade)

Celemony Melodyne editor - Polyphonic Pitch Shifting/Time Stretching Software (Upgrade)

B&H # CEMEPU MFR # 10-11060
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Product Highlights

  • From Melodyne plugin
  • Direct Note Access Technology
  • Audio Units
  • RTAS
  • VST
  • Standalone
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows XP/Vista/7
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Celemony 10-11060 overview

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Melodyne editor from Celemony is pitch/time shift software that offers the revolutionary Direct Note Access (DNA) technology. The technology makes access to individual notes in polyphonic audio material possible, allowing for instance, the ability to correct wrong notes in a piano recording, change the chords in a guitar accompaniment after the recording is over, or refashion a sample lick.

Editing audio material with the software is intuitive and flexible. Simply move an audio note to a different pitch or a different position. Make notes longer or shorter, louder or softer. Delete notes from chords or add new ones by copying, transpose or quantize your material, and create from it melodic, harmonic and rhythmic variations.

The software functions cross platform under Mac OS X or Windows, and as a plug-in utilizing Audio Units, RTAS or VST formats. It can also function standalone for those occasions where booting a DAW is not required.

Note: This pricing is for registered users of Melodyne plugin who wish to upgrade to Melodyne editor

At a Glance

Basic Features
  • Single-track audio editing software with Melodyne technology
  • Suitable for monophonic, polyphonic and rhythmic/complex audio material
  • DNA technology allows direct access to individual notes within chords
  • Works as a plug-in (VST, Audio Units, RTAS) in compatible DAWs under Mac OS X and Windows
  • Can also be used in standalone mode
  • Activation available on up to 2 computers or via iLok license
  • User interface and manual in English, German, French, Spanish and Japanese
  • 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 and formant spectrum
  • Pitch shifting and time stretching
  • (Re-)quantization
  • MIDI file export
Monophonic and Polyphonic Material
  • In the case of monophonic audio material (solo voice, saxophone, bass guitar, etc.), and polyphonic audio material (piano, guitar, etc.), the following edits are possible:
    1. Modifying the pitch
    2. Modifying the pitch drift
    3. Modifying the pitch modulation
    4. Modifying the position
    5. Modifying the length
    6. Modifying the volume
    7. Shifting the formant spectrum
    8. Modifying the pitch of any transition between notes
    9. Modifying the volume of any transition between notes
    10. Shifting the formant spectrum of any transition between notes
    11. Timing (re-)quantization, manually or via macro
    12. Pitch quantization, manually or via macro
    13. Cut, copy and paste

  • In the case of polyphonic material, if two or more instruments play the same note on the same beat, only one note is available for editing, with no separation of the instruments available
Rhythmic and Complex Material
  • In the case of rhythmic and complex material, separation is according to beats, so if several notes (for example click and snare) sound on the same beat, they are available for editing in the shape of a single Melodyne "blob"
  • For such "blobs", the following editing possibilities exist:
    1. Modifying the pitch (relative)
    2. Modifying the position
    3. Modifying the length
    4. Modifying the volume
    5. Shifting the formant spectrum
    6. Modifying the volume transition between blobs
    7. Shifting the formant spectrum of transitions between blobs
    8. Timing quantization, manually or via macro
    9. Cut, copy and paste

Application Details

First Take - Final Take
  • The inspired first take can, with the application of Melodyne editor, be the final one, even if it wasn't error free
  • Simply reach into the recording and move wrong notes to the correct place or erase them
  • You can even correct intonation or timing errors automatically by macro if you wish, even if the material is polyphonic
Perfect Vocals
  • Melodyne has already proved itself in the field of correction and optimization of vocal recordings. With Direct Note Access, Melodyne editor offers still greater mastery of this art
  • Intonation and timing problems, unsteady volume, exaggerated or weak vibrato-all that can be corrected with a few mouse clicks
  • The sound quality of Melodyne has not only been retained, but has been improved upon
Perfect Timing
  • With Melodyne editor, it's simple to get spot-on timing
  • You can adjust effortlessly and continuously the extent to which a performance deviates from metronomic precision, and even give recordings a totally different rhythm
  • When quantizing, the software not only moves individual notes but also adjusts their length, even when the material is polyphonic, guarantying results of unprecedented musicality
Sound Library Reloaded
  • Your sound library can now be changed, expanded and can become virtually infinite in scope
  • Since you are able to alter at will the tempo, timing, melody and harmonies of your sampled licks and phrases, adding or deleting notes as you please, you'll always have perfect samples to hand for the production you're working on
  • And you can make as many variations as you wish
No Detours
  • The software operates directly within your audio workstation - you hear all edits in the context of the other tracks of the project and can use as many instances as your computer will allow
  • For swift editing of a sample, you can open Melodyne editor in stand-alone mode without having to start up your audio workstation first
Custom Polyphony
  • Whether a track is monophonic or polyphonic is no longer an impediment
  • Copy or cut notes, and paste them in new locations
  • You can implement doubling, create second voices, construct chords where none were before, or thin out harmonies that are too dense
Recycling Perfection
  • Using the software, melody, harmony, tempo and timing of audio material can be reshaped at will
  • You could, for example, take a guitar track from an older recording, change the key and tempo, add a light shuffle and integrate it seamlessly into a current project
Sound Design
  • Access to the individual notes offers totally new freedom in sound design
  • You can, for example, alter the volume or formant spectrum of individual notes in order to give chords a different coloration and character
  • By copying and pasting, you can even swap sounds - replacing the piano sounds of a chord with marimba sounds, even if they were taken from a totally different chord
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Celemony 10-11060 specs

System Requirements Mac:
Dual Core PowerPC G5 or Intel Dual Core processor
OS X 10.4 or later

Intel or AMD Dual Core processor
Windows XP (SP2 or SP3), Vista or Windows 7
ASIO compatible audio hardware

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