Melodyne offers unique possibilities for the enhancement of audio – from vocal tuning to rhythmic editing and even harmonic restructuring. In the course of a series of free seminars, Celemony explains how to make effective use of these possibilities to correct and polish recordings.
The free Melodyne seminars are being staged with the cooperation of the SAE Institute in SAE schools in a number of European countries from October to the beginning of December. All Melodyne users as well as anyone else interested in the subject are welcome to attend.
A spokesperson had this to say, "Product specialist and presenter Mike Rilling knows Melodyne inside out, having over the years provided advice and support to numerous successful producers. He knows how to make virtually inaudible corrections, how even extreme intonation problems can be overcome, and how to deal with noise and interference in recorded material. Melodyne seminars allow Melodyne users and others interested in the subject to profit from this vast wealth of experience."
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