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Celemony Melodyne Plug In
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Published on 02/23/08 at 11:36
Installation is quick. 3Gz Pentium 4, Cubase 4.
only problem after installing the version supplied on the CD and did the update to the latest version of the site Celemony, the plug was no longer in cubase. He falllut uninstall it and re-install the latest version directly from the plug. Next, nickel.

Rant against the usual useless and licensing systems software emm ... those who pay: it increases the installation procedure, and you need a computer connected to Internet, send a file license application, copy the activation received ... it's heavy, it's heavy .... I think the dongle is more convenient but hey, it must buy more ...

The presentation software is simple, clear, like the philosophy of software

The manual is very well written and clear. One downside: paper delivered in English, the French version can be downloaded at the site of Celemony.

So note here mainly reflects the lack of printed manual in French (but that we are used), and severity of the damn system activation which was right every time ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Pentium 4, 3Gz, 2GB of ram.
motu 828 mkII interface. Cubase 4.1

once installed, so good. I'm still running one instance at a time. A test with so many instances, this may happen frequently seen the interest and possibilities of the software.
no major bug so far, no crash accidental. But at the same time I just buy it. to do so over time.

OVERALL OPINION

Installed for me yesterday.
Simply put: this thing is ESSENTIAL ... Software is my dream without knowing there until a friend showed me ...

Of course, do not take the easy way, melodyne and we should not dispense with the best catches available. And melodyne does not add or interpretation or musicality to a power !!!!!

This program allows you to make a really simple editing, without taking the head. Is realigned quickly making a monophonic voice, bass solo. I tried on an old guitar solo played badly: it's illusion. The voice is terrible! It really helps to erase an imperfection into a power which is already also satisfied.
I've never been able to use the tools built into Cubase: too heavy, not intuitive ...
Melodyne is responsible for all the painful part of labor (detection of transitional links between notes, constant desire to make a result with a musical sense), and its interface is very simple, providing only what you need intuitively.

So a tool that it is hard to do without once you've tried ...
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