Celemony has announced that its updated version of Melodyne (4.2.4), is fully compatible with the new macOS, Catalina (10.15).
The Catalina operating system brings with it “far-reaching” technical changes that also affect DAWs, plug-ins and hardware drivers. Because of these changes, a number of companies, including Celemony, have had to adapt their software to Catalina. These adaptations make it so that the installation and use of the applications or plug-ins can be guaranteed.
Melodyne 4 users. The new versions of all four editions of Melodyne 4 – Essential, Assistant, Editor and Studio – have been suitably adapted, and are consequently compatible with, Catalina. Melodyne 4 users can download the update free of charge from their user accounts. However, users should also make sure that their DAW and all the required drivers have also been cleared to run under Catalina.
Catalina with older versions of Melodyne. Melodyne Studio 3, along with versions 1 and 2 of Melodyne Editor, Assistant and Essential are not compatible with the changes introduced by macOS Catalina, and cannot be used with the new operating system.
For this reason, Celemony is offering users with older Melodyne versions an update to Melodyne 4 on special terms: Updates for Melodyne Assistant and Essential are available, free of charge, in the user’s account. Updates for Melodyne Studio 3, and Editor 1 or 2 are available for 49 €/US$ in the Celemony web shop.
Information and links to Melodyne updates are at this link.
For more information about Melodyne visit the Celemony website.
4 thoughts on “Celemony Meoldyne, Now ‘Catalina’-Compatible”
The Meold one? (Typo in title.)
Ableton Live 10.1.2 released now with full Catalina compatibility as well
Very cool of them to offer a free/cheap upgrade path.
Ye olde Meoldy… ne.