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This Melodyne studio upgrade offer is for current registered owner of Melodyne's editor. With editor you already know how easy it is to refashion the music in your recordings and samples. Now, with studio, you'll also be able to correct, shape, and arrange audio on as many tracks as you want, just as easy.
Celemony Melodyne studio
Melodyne studio gives you all the functions that have made Melodyne one of the most valued tools in professional music production. Enthusiastic users, euphoric test reports, and numerous awards all attest to the uniquely powerful, intuitive, and musical editing possibilities it possesses â no matter if you're using it for the correction of errors or the creative editing of your audio material.
Human hearing is particularly sensitive when it comes to vocal tracks, which is why producers all over the world are grateful that intonation and timing corrections are practically inaudible. Correct the notes quickly and easily with the help of a macro or drag them with the mouse to the correct pitch or position in time. Fine-tune their pitch, length, volume, or the intensity of their vibrato. They'll sound as if they had always been that way.
From Solo to Ensemble
With Celemony Melodyne studio, you are no longer limited to seeing and editing just one track â you can work with as many tracks as you like. This let's you create, with extraordinary ease, multi-voice arrangements from a source track with only one voice, even taking advantage of the possibility of outputting each individual voice via a separate channel in the mixer. You can quantize tracks using other tracks for reference and even copy pitches from one audio track to another. The possible degree of flexibility and creative freedom for your arrangements is immense, and multi-tracking adds up to a lot more here than just the sum of multiple tracks.
Any Workflow You Want
Melodyne studio gives you the choice to create entire audio arrangements in the Melodyne studio environment or unite the program seamlessly via ReWire or the Melodyne Bridge plug-in with your preferred audio workstation. Regardless of which procedure you prefer, Celemony Melodyne studio offers you a whole array of functions that make working with audio faster and simplerâand the results a whole lot better.
From Macro to Micro
Melodyne studio offers you a particularly musical access to your audio material. For the correction of intonation and timing errors, macros are available that enhance a recording quickly and easily. However, with the intuitive tools provided, you can go further and fine-tune the most subtle tonal characteristics: not just the pitch and volume of notes, but their vibrato and pitch drift, position and length, formant spectrum, the transitions between them, and even the speed at which events unfold within individual notes.
With the Melodyne music composition software, it's child's play to get things spot-on. Using a macro, you can progressively iron out timing irregularities or impose the rhythm of one track upon another. As it does these things, Celemony Melodyne studio moves the notes intelligently, even adjusting their length. That guarantees results of unprecedented musicality. Needless to say, you can also move notes forwards or backwards in time manually until the timing is exactly as you wish it.
From Melody to Rhythm
Edit very effectively not only vocals and melodic instruments, but also rhythmic material. From a short, stiff drum loop, for example, you can create a vibrant rhythm track in next to no time by cutting, copying, and pasting beats. With studio's parameters you can even effect subtle or even extreme tonal variations. It gives you a freedom when dealing with rhythms and sounds that will suggest totally new ideas to you.
Not even full mixes dismay Melodyne studio. Stretch or transpose entire songs without compromising their sound quality. Select parts of songs or individual beats, and transpose, move, or copy them in their entirety to some other location. Because studio recognizes and separates the beats in audio material, all such procedures can be accomplished effortlessly and without little clicks or other blemishes being introduced along the way.
In Melodyne studio you can implement a doubling or create a second voice with a few mouse clicks. Thanks to the formant parameter, the transposed voices sound exactly like the original, unless, of course, you want them to acquire a different characterâideal for creating a natural-sounding choir from a single voice, or a brass ensemble from a trumpet part, or a string quartet from a violin, etc.
Sound Library Reloaded
With Melodyne studio, much will change, including your sound library, which will suddenly be a whole lot bigger. Since you'll be able to alter at will the tempo, timing, and melody of your sampled licks and phrases, you'll always have suitable samples at hand for your productions, and as many variations as you wish.
The unique possibilities of Melodyne studio can be used not only for unobtrusive correction but also for drastic alteration and extraordinary effects. With formant shifting, you can color the sound of individual notes or entire samples subtly or else drastically. You can time-stretch sounds to such an extent that their tonal development is literally audible in slow motion. Even with such extreme applications, the starting transients of the notes remain crisp and the sound soft and round.
With Melodyne editor software, you can effect far-reaching changes in your audio material in order to create something new. You can copy, for example, only the pitches from one track to another, so that a percussion track, say, follows the notes of a vocal part. You can output the detected notes &mndash; including precise data regarding their dynamics and pitch â via MIDI, and use it to control a synthesizer or a sampler. With that comes fascinating new possibilities for doubling, arranging, and sound design.