Celemony Software has announced that Celemony Melodyne 5.2 now supports both Intel chips and the new M1 processors on Apple computers.
This applies to all editions of Melodyne, whether in stand-alone mode or as a plug-in – also via ARA – in almost all compatible DAWs.
Melodyne 5.2 also contains numerous improvements and bug fixes for macOS and Windows and for operation in all DAWs. Celemony recommends the update to all users.
- ARA: Improvements in the playback functions, selection, cache management and blob monitoring.
- Operation: Minor improvements in the scale functions, optimizations and bug fixes in all areas of the user interface.
- Compatibility: Optimized operation in all DAWs, correct assignment of file name extensions under Windows.
Pricing and Availability:
Melodyne 5.2 is available now as a free update to all users of Melodyne 5.
3 thoughts on “Celemony Melodyne 5.2 Now Native On Apple M1 Processors”
This isn’t really true though. To use Melodyne you still have to use Rosetta, like before. This announcement was confusing to me; seemed mostly like an opportunity for Celemony to lay blame on Apple.
What? No you don’t, it works fine in Reaper and Ableton Live without Rosetta.