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Celemony has announced two new products: Melodyne assistant, which offers the Melodyne technology for the editing of vocals and monophonic instruments, and Version 2 of the bundle edition Melodyne essential, which now runs as a plug-in in the Pro Tools environment and improves Version 1.

Melodyne assistant is the most affordable entry into the world of Melodyne and ideal for the correction and optimization of monophonic and rhythmic audio material. The user can with Melodyne assistant correct intonation or timing problems by hand, transposing notes, moving them forwards or backwards in time, deleting them, adjusting their amplitude and their formants, as well as copying them to new locations.

Melodyne assistant works as a plug-in (VST, AU, RTAS) in compatible hosts under Mac OS X and Windows. For the swift editing of a sample between times, Melodyne assistant can also be used as a stand-alone application.

Also new is Version 2 of Melodyne essential, which offers the basic Melodyne functions for the editing of monophonic or rhythmic audio material.

Version 2 now operates directly in Pro Tools as an RTAS plug-in.

Pricing & Availability
Melodyne assistant will appear, most likely, in the beginning of November and will cost $249 or €199. If you later want to change to Melodyne editor (also polyphonic material) or Melodyne studio (multi-track), upgrade options will be available.

Melodyne essential 2 is also scheduled to appear at the beginning of November. It will be available only as part of Digidesign’s Ignition Pack software bundle and cannot be acquired separately.

For products registered prior to the 1st June 2009, the update to Melodyne essential 2 will cost $59 or €49. For first registrations subsequent to the 1st June 2009, the update will be free.
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