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Celemony Melodyne Editor 2 - Download License

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Celemony Melodyne 4.2 Editor Upgrade from Uno or Plugin

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Shape audio as never before

Vocal polishing of the highest quality, the removal of wrong notes from piano recordings, incredible harmonic and rhythmic freedom: Melodyne editor is the most powerful edition of our one-track product family and offers you the entire spectrum of Melodyne's award-winning capabilities.

Unique and award winning

Melodyne editor, with its Direct Note Access technology, makes possible what had previously been considered impossible: access to individual notes in polyphonic audio material. Correct wrong notes in a piano recording; change the chords in a guitar accompaniment after the recording is over; refashion a sample lick. Only Melodyne editor gives you the freedom to work like this with audio. And allows you to do things you could only dream of doing before.

Edit music and not just audio data

With Melodyne editor you can edit your audio material in an intuitive and flexible way. Simply move an audio note to a different pitch or a different position. Make notes longer or shorter, louder or softer. Delete notes from chords or add new ones by copying. Use a multitude of scales, create your own or extract scales from audio recordings. Control the timing in detail and even the time course within notes. These functions for shaping audio will give you an experience you don‘t want to miss.

Best sound, best reputation, best of company

Melodyne editor is at home in all the great studios of the world and can be heard on countless productions. Leading producers are of one voice in praising the sound quality, flexibility, speed and reliability. Whether used as a problem solver in the hard day-to-day work of production or as a source of ideas and creative tool: Melodyne editor quickly becomes indispensible and inspires time and again.

The future of audio

Melodyne editor will change the way you work with audio. The note-based approach and intuitive operation of Melodyne editor will soon seem so natural to you and so much a matter of course that you will no longer regard audio as something fixed and given but quite simply as music. As music you can shape and refashion virtually at will. To correct and optimize or fully restructure in order to make new ideas reality. This is how we picture the future of audio editing. And with Melodyne editor, this future is yours already today.

 

New Functions and Improvements

Fixed: In Studio One, in projects with many Melodyne clips, the generation of additional Melodyne instances (using the command “Open in Melodyne”) sometimes slowed down the program.
Fixed: In Studio One under Windows, the color of the note background used to change when you altered the zoom level.
Fixed: In Studio One, the function “Unison Spread” sometimes shifted the notes in Melodyne several octaves.
Fixed: In Studio One, use of the Note Separation Tool under certain circumstances led to a crash.
Fixed: In Studio One, the note display (the lines superimposed on the waveform) was previously not updated when notes were deleted in Melodyne.
Fixed: In Studio One, in the case of copied events, “Follow Clip Selection in the DAW” resulted in the wrong bars being shown.
Fixed: In Cakewalk/Sonar, the export of a 16-bit audio file edited with Melodyne sometimes led to a crash.
Fixed: In Cakewalk/Sonar, use of the Freeze function sometimes led to a crash.
Fixed: In all DAWs with ARA, changes to the key or scale were previously not saved.
Fixed: In all DAWs with ARA, use of the Compare switch stopped local playback in Melodyne.
Fixed: In Logic 10.3, the opening of some projects with Melodyne could lead to a crash.
Fixed: In Digital Performer, the opening of projects previously edited with Melodyne sometimes led to a crash.
Fixed: In the plug-in, the command “Restore File to Original State” could under certain circumstances result in the wrong notes being deleted.
Fixed: Canceling a transfer could lead to a display error or even (if you proceeded with editing) to the DAW crashing.
Fixed: In the plug-in, the assignable keyboard shortcut “Repeat Last Menu Action” did not work.
Fixed: If the Scale Window was open when you switched from edit mode to Note Assignment Mode, the wrong area of the timeline used to be displayed.
Fixed: In the Sound Editor, no peak values were displayed for the spectrum when Note Assignment Mode was active.
Fixed: In Melodyne studio’s track list, the “Edit” and “Reference” buttons could both be activated by Alt-clicking.
Fixed: In Melodyne studio, when multiple tracks were copied simultaneously, their contents were sometimes swapped.
Fixed: In Melodyne essential, the assignable keyboard shortcut for “Separate Notes as Trills” was missing.
Fixed: In Melodyne essential, opening a document saved by Melodyne studio sometimes resulted in the wrong track being displayed.
Fixed: In the stand-alone application, it was impossible to copy and paste notes in Tempo Assignment Mode.
Fixed: In the stand-alone application, a new detection sometimes led to the audio being offset in the timeline.
Fixed: In the stand-alone application under macOS Version 10.12, crashes sometimes occurred when the import audio function was used.
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