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- May 6th, 2010
David Andris, Celemony’s Lead Product Specialist for Melodyne, shows you powerful pitch manipulation techniques!
Want to tune a solo vocal? ...no problem! Want to quantize audio? ...a breeze! Melodyne can easily handle those tasks! However, have you ever tried to change an audio recording from a major key to a minor key, or edit out a wrong note in a chord imbedded in a polyphonic audio recording? How about turning a polyphonic stereo audio recording into corresponding MIDI notes? Impossible, right? Not any more! Enter Melodyne DNA. With the “new” Melodyne, the impossible is now possible. And in this tutorial we’ll teach you how to master these magical techniques and incorporate them into your productions.
When we went searching for an author to create our Melodyne tutorials we went right to the wizards at Celemony and asked them for their recommendation. They enthusiastically pointed us in the direction of South Florida and the audio stomping ground of Melodyne expert and Melodyne Product Specialist: David Andris. So we’re pleased to welcome David Andris and Melodyne into our growing tutorial family.
Melodyne 101: Core Melodyne introduces you to the tools, techniques and secrets that only a Melodyne magician and top vocal tuner David Andris can conjure up! So sit back a learn how you, too, can create some Melodyne Magic!
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Nice overview of Melodyne. I feel much more compfertable navigating the software now. The tips and tricks at the end was a nice addition.
Tuning has never been simpler, Melodyne is definitely a must have tool, but this tutorial gives you the knowledge to get the started with tuning, sound designing, and to use your creativity.
David does a great job introducing the basics of the program with clear examples and communication. While I've had the chance to work with Melodyne Assistant only, the functionality is essentially the same and many of the principles from these videos may be applied. I've learned a lot more than I knew, especially in some of the hidden tools, but my overall workflow will improved as well!
This was a fantastic video tutorial. Am trying out the 30 day trail of Melodyne and was able to get up to speed in one sitting. Cheers!
Informative video. My only criticism would be that David spoke a little too fast in his narration. But that could be just me. Maybe I'm more used to Steve H's style of video. I have Melodyne Assistant and a few of the chapters didn't relate to me but it was good to know what it's capable of. All in all I enjoyed it very much. Thanks.
Amazing. Advanced tips please?
I had to have this! always the best quality is macpro
Well, I just started watching the tutorial and it seems to be very explanative specially for a melodyne novice like me. I bought Melodyne Studio and Editor and I think it would be very helpful if there was a chapter or two explaining the basic differences between the two versions, with some dedicated examples, etc, but I'm still at the beginning aof the course nd maybe I there is something about this in the other chapters. But despite of that it seems to be a great tutorial. Thanks and sorry for my english.
Thank you David for a great tutorial on Melodyne. There was quite a lot of information given in the tutorial and with each review of it I learn a bit more. As I have Logic I was quite pleased that this was the DAW that was used in combination with Melodyne. I did find the examples of what you were doing at times rushed through i.e. the audio playback of what was changed was quite short which made it harder for my ear to pick up the change made. Also when working with Melodyne as a plugin to a DAW (Logic), I would have liked a little more elaboration on how musical sections that were modified in Melodyne are transferred back to the DAW. In each example, only a loop (section) of the original file was worked on i.e. not an entire track. So I am not quite sure of the proper work flow. I suppose that is what the manual is for. In any event this has been yet another excellent video from Macprovideo. Thank You!
Very good but it would be better if they told something about THE difference between some melodyne programs what they can or can't do
Good foundation for the plug in. I liked the "Black Smoke" Analogy and the Spectrum analyzer gave an inside view of how Melodyne is thinking. Would like to see a follow up video with some hard core Tempo manipulating and deeper technical applications. Still easy to understand and a great starter video for the newbie.
This tutorial is well laid out, well organized, and the concepts and tools explained very clearly. I would've liked to have seen more tricks and tips, but that is perhaps another tutorial. Highly recommended!
- Well presented in a simple language - basics are dealt well. - Would have been better with few examples of pitch correction. - on the whole good video for beginners.