[NAMM] Melodyne with Direct Note Access
Celemony Software is presenting at the NAMM Show 2009 Melodyne Editor, the first product with Direct Note Access.
DNA technology allows editing of individual chord tones in audio recordings. Melodyne Editor offers with DNA new possibilities for the correction and refashioning of audio material.
Melodyne Editor will replace Melodyne Plugin, and be available in Spring 2009 for 349 US$/€ from the Celemony web shop as well as from music dealers. In addition, Melodyne Editor will also be a part of the Melodyne Studio Bundle.
The update options already announced for existing users of Melodyne Plugin will still be valid: the switch to Melodyne Editor will cost 129 US$/€, and anyone who registered Melodyne Plugin after the 12th March 2008 will receive Melodyne Editor free of charge.
For more info: www.celemony.com.
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