NAMM: Celemony V2.0 Plugs-in Nicely

Finally - VST, ReWire and AudioUnits      16/01/03

Celmeony, make the brilliant time and pitch audio manipulation software Melodyne. (see our review) New in v2.0 is the option to integrate Melodyne into existing recording environments. Based on established technologies like VST, ReWire and AudioUnits, Melodyne can be run in sync with most DAWs, and offers redirection of its output into the DAWs mixers. This removes the need to import and export audio files, considerably assisting the workflow. Melodyne v2.0 also brings a new dimension to its unique audio features with the integration of MIDI. Both editing and mixing can be undertaken with MIDI keyboards and controllers. In addition, v2.0 can now integrate a broad range of VST-Plug Ins and AudioUnits as Insert- and Send- FX. An unusual new tool is the option to to record guitars through hexaphonic pickups with Melodyne. Guitar recordings can be processed and become independent in pitch and tempo, each note being edited individually.
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