Pro Tools now has a realtime "elastic audio" bundled in the form of Celemony's industry-leading Melodyne. Joe Albano puts its pitch shifting algorithms to the test.
You may have used time shifting tools in your DAW but how much do you really know about how they work? Joe Albano breaks down the technology in this helpful guide.
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.
One of the favorite pastimes of many musicians and producers is to compare their DAWs features to another. Doing so you may find yours isn't so different for audio editing, for example, after all.
Melodyne has to be one of the most advanced software applications in regards to time stretching and pitch shifting capabilities. I find that you can take a simple melody or synth line you have created