Melodyne Used Across Many Musical Genres

Celemony proves it by posting videos of the producers      25/09/12
Melodyne is used across all genres as the latest videos of the Melodyne artist talk series show. With Kipper, Andy Sneap and Mr. Woo producers of pop, heavy metal and urban music all praise the sound, the usability and the creative possibilities of Melodyne.
"Going down a third or tuning a guitar later doesn't change the quality and the honestness of the recording. That's why Melodyne is so amazing to me." Kipper (Sting, Stevie Wonder, Mary J Blige, James Morrison)
"In metal, bass players tend to hit the strings 10 to 15 cents sharp and I use Melodyne to pull some sections back into shape." Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Cradle of Filth, Machine Head)
"Melodyne has pioneered where we are in urban music right now." Laurence Woo Allen (Cam'ron, Craig David, Liberty X, B2K)
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MeloUser10Years    Said...

Reality: hard to use, overly complicated, works 10% of the time under perfect conditions, Facts.

25-Sep-12 05:33 AM


Loneraver    Said...

False!

It's pretty easy to use. I never had a problem with monophonic material and when you know what you are doing, polyphonic can produce pretty decent results.

I don't get the hard to use part. It's much easer to use and learn than most DAWs I learned and taught. It's really quite straight forward in my opionion.

25-Sep-12 12:38 PM


Kuken    Said...

I just wish they could use more colour in the app, and rework the gui. It looks crap, and the red/yellow/orange is horrible on the eyes after hours.

04-Oct-12 08:16 AM


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