When it comes to manipulating pitch and time correction, Celemony’s Melodyne 5 is just magical. Watch this course now and get ready to master Melodyne’s powerful features with instructor and sound engineer Joshua Carney.
With its sophisticated algorithms, Melodyne allows you to control pitch, time, note length, attack time, formant shift, etc. very transparently with little or no noticeable sonic artifacts. Thanks to DNA (Direct Note Access) technology, it even lets you dive into chords and adjust the pitch for polyphonic instruments such as piano, synthesizer and guitar. From basic vocal tuning and quantization to innovative sound design, this course from Melodyne expert Joshua Carney will show you everything you need to know about this audio editing tool!
Joshua kicks off the course by revealing how Melodyne fits into your DAW. He explains how to bring audio into Melodyne and start editing quickly. You will learn about the six Melodyne algorithms and how and when to use them. Joshua goes on to explain how to set up keyboard shortcuts before diving into three important macros: pitch, quantize, and justify. Using very different vocal examples across genres (from pop to rock and folk to metal), Joshua explains step by step how to make the most of every tool and Melodyne feature and get the perfect result every time. You’ll also learn about sibilant control, how to use a chord track, and even how to use Melodyne as a sound design tool to profoundly change the sound of your productions!
Learn how to incorporate this powerful audio editing tool into your music production workflow!
Overview of Melodyne
Transfer and ARA
Selecting the Correct Algorithm
Correct Pitch Macro
Quantize Time Macro
Save As MIDI
Section 2: Key and Scale Detection
Scale Editor and Key/Scale Detection
Dynamic Just Tuning
Section 3: Edit Tools
Main Tool and Vocal Tuning Workflow
Scroll and Zoom Tools
Pitch, Modulation and Drift Tools
Amplitude and Fade Tools
Sibilant Detection and Sibilant Balance Tool
Time, Time Handle and Attack Speed Tools
Note Separation and Separation Type Tools, Info Pane
Section 4: Note Assignment Mode
Note Assignment Mode
Note Assignment Tools
Section 5: Editing with References
Track List and Show Notes for Reference
Using the Chord Track
Section 6: Sound Editor
Emphasis, Dynamics and EQ
Harmonics and Synth