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Celemony Melodyne Editor

Melodyne Editor, Pitch Shifter / Time Stretcher from Celemony in the Melodyne series.

Celemony Melodyne Editor Beta Testing

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From Sept 18th, 2009, all registered Melodyne users can participate in the beta testing of Melodyne editor.

Melodyne editor has editing functions which are familiar already from previous editions of Melodyne. Through the integration of DNA, Celemony says the harmonies in an audio file can be made visible, accessible and malleable – note by note. Users can intervene in the chords of their recordings and alter individual notes with them.

Melodyne editor is designed for the editing of recordings of individual instruments, for example vocals, guitar, saxophone or piano, but good results can be obtained even with complex material such as string quartets, the company promises.

Users can alter the pitch, position and duration of the detected notes, make them louder or softer, copy or cut them and paste them into new locations, and so on. In addition, characteristics such as the formant spectra, vibrato and pitch drift of notes can be modified, as can the pitch, amplitude and formant transitions between notes. Furthermore, special copying functions make it possible to impress selected attributes of one note upon another.

According to Celemony, the new software basis offers among things optimized multi-threading. It also allows improvements in plug-in operation including a freely definable window size, auditioning during pitch editing, scrubbing and “Edit Play” – playback uncoupled from the host.

The beta test is aimed at all registered Melodyne customers.

Pricing & Availability
The sales launch in music dealers and the Celemony Web Shop is planned for the beginning of November; the price will be 349 US$ or 349 €.

For more information, visit www.celemony.com.
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