Celemony Melodyne Editor Now Available

First App To Feature The Company's Direct Note Access Technology      17/11/09

Celemony has announced the availability of Melodyne editor, the company’s highly anticipated polyphonic audio editing application.

Sonic State caught up with Celemony's Carsten Gehle earlier in the year, at the 2009 Winter NAMM Show (above video). Gehle offered the lowdown on the new app, their road map and some examples of what this incredible software can do.

Melodyne Editor is the first Celemony product to offer their Direct Note Access (DNA) technology.

DNA makes possible access to individual notes in polyphonic audio material. For example, DNA makes it possible 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.

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.

You can get more details on Melodyne Editor at the Celemony site.

Pricing and Availability

Celemony Melodyne Editor is available now for $349 USD / 349 EUR.

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Spoony G    Said...

lemme ask yous something . . . how could you not have this?!?

17-Nov-09 08:55 AM


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