Logic Pro X has more tools for pitching and tuning audio than you may have realised, and it works just as flexibly as editing MIDI pitch does. Darren Burgos explains.
Pitch correction plug-ins can be used for more creative tasks thanks to their power and flexibility. Here, Mike Levine explains how to create vocal harmonies where none existed.
Melodyne from Celemony Software is one of the most popular audio pitch correction tools. And Melodyne can manipulate pitch in order to create interesting effects, like the chorus we show you below.
Getting a great vocal sound can be easier than you think – with a little help from these tools!
From the makers of Melodyne, Capstan is a tool designed to remove that distinctive wow and flutter present on many tape and vinyl recordings. If you find it's a problem, then here's the solution.
When you think of Melodyne you might think it's a tool to correct audio imperfections (timing and pitch) for recorded vocals or guitars or drums. Here we show how to make it work on synths in Live 9.
So you want to edit and manipulate audio as easily as you can MIDI? Multiple tracks? Polyphonic material? Hollin Jones finds out if Ceremony's Melodyne Studio 4 is the best app for your audio jobs.
Ceremony tells us that Melodyne 4 introduces new technologies and a new degree of freedom for the entire Melodyne family. Includes 4 versions and a polyphonic spectrum shaper sound editor.
When tasked with correcting pitch and timing of audio like vocals, guitar, etc., many producers reach for Celemony's Melodyne. In this tutorial Gary Hiebner shows how to make use of it within Sonar.
"Auto-Tune" is ubiquitous with pitch corrected pop vocals. But pitch correction processors can be used both creatively and to correct performance errors. Joe Albano delves deep into the main players.
The new Cakewalk SONAR is out and comes with some extremely useful tools and effects, a new interface, vocal sync and mix recall modes. Gary Hiebner discovers how this PC DAW stacks up.
One of the big features in the new Sonar X3 is the full (seamless) integration of Melodyne technology. Want to know more? Read on to see what Celemony have to say...
Melodyne as a film production sound design tool? If you've never explored the more esoteric uses of Melodyne then read on as Celemony expert, David Andris, guides you through some formant tools tips.
Melodyne is best known for its pitch correction tools and makes editing out of tune vocal performances simple! However, it can be used with creative results in mind too, as Gary Hiebner discovers.
Melodyne is a great tool for creating vocal harmonies, especially when you’re stuck for ideas. With Melodyne, you can test what notes work with your main vocal line.