New Videos Show Melodyne's Practical Uses

Compose second voices, export a guitar lick as a MIDI file and create unusual sliding effects with Melodyne editor      08/06/11

Celemony say that they are building a bridge between manual and practice with their video tutorials. Three new tutorials are now available. The first video shows the creation of a second voice in a DAW and the advantages of working with an "artificial" vocalist. How to export a guitar lick as a MIDI file, how to get the best result and how to use the MIDI data in a DAW can be seen in the second film. The third video is dealing with slides that can't be played, e.g. both directions on a guitar or sliding pitch on a piano.
Extracting a guitar lick to MIDI: Guitar in, MIDI out. To double, replace or transcribe. Video 2 Sliding with Melodyne:Don't try this at home! Impossible slides with Melodyne. Video 3 More information:

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