Celemony has announced the release of Melodyne editor, the company’s first release featuring DNA (Direct Note Access) technology – technology that lets you access and edit individual notes within polyphonic material.
This means you can now:
- Correct wrong notes in a piano recording;
- change the chords in a guitar accompaniment after the recording is over;
- refashion a sample lick;
- Change a track from major to minor; or
- Change the mode of a recording.
- Single-track audio editing environment with Melodyne technology.
- Suitable for monophonic, polyphonic and rhythmic/complex audio material.
- Offers with DNA direct access to individual notes within chords.
- Works as a plug-in (VST, AU, RTAS) in compatible DAWs under Mac OS X and Windows.
- Can also be used in stand-alone mode.
- Activation on up to two computers or via iLok.
- User interface and manual in English, German, French, Spanish and Japanese.
Melodyne editor is available for PC and Mac for $349 USD / 349 EUR.
Celemony ‘s updated product line:
- Melodyne assistant (equivalent to Melodyne editor but without DNA: $249 USD / 199 EUR).
- Melodyne studio bundle (contains Melodyne studio 3 as well as Melodyne editor: $699 USD / 699 EUR).
- Melodyne essential RTAS (the new version of Melodyne essential, which is only available in the Digidesign bundle).