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How to fix pitch and timing with the most economical version of Melodyne

[Video] Tap the Power of Melodyne Essential
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Digital Audio Editor from Celemony belonging to the Melodyne series.

Melodyne Essential is the least expensive version of Celemony's acclaimed editing software, and though it doesn't have the same feature set of its big brother Melodyne Editor, it's nevertheless quite powerful if you need to correct pitch and adjust timing.

If you have Cakewalk Sonar X3 or PreSonus Studio One, Melodyne Essential is integrated right into the software. With other DAWs, you can use the plug-in version (Mac/PC) which sells for just $69. In this video, we used Melodyne Essential as a plug-in in Logic Pro X. We show you how its tools work and we demonstrate how to fix pitchiness and adjust phrasing on a recorded vocal track. 

 


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