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Celemony Melodyne DNA
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ludande ludande

«  how quickly to correct a wave! »

Publié le 05/14/11 à 09:33
Like all software - AC installs easy.
on the other hand must iLok (and must be purchased separately.
You must register on the site and give all the info license.
It is frankly tedious - it's all in English and it takes time.
The only advantage is being able to use Melodyne on any PC (ultilisant the iLok).
So Me - it's really not that great - you really want to buy this software (I have done elsewhere)
I just log into the site ilok .... and it does not recognize my key
It is frankly a) unpleasant b) huge waste of time
I buy this app for making music - and not to waste time with paranoia.
Grrrrrr

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a PC not very new HP Compaq dual-core 2 Ghz 4 Gb ram.
There is ample and using LIVE I can easily work in parallel with Celemony.
He arrived some crash - but this is rare - and therefore good stability

OVERALL OPINION

It's frankly awesome and excellent quality - it's downright stunning how much we can alter the harmony and any associated parameters.
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