Want to tune a solo vocal? ...no problem! Want to quantize audio? ...a breeze! Melodyne can easily handle those tasks! However, have you ever tried to change an audio recording from a major key to a minor key, or edit out a wrong note in a chord imbedded in a polyphonic audio recording? How about turning a polyphonic stereo audio recording into corresponding MIDI notes? Impossible, right? Not any more! Enter Melodyne DNA. With the “new” Melodyne, the impossible is now possible. And in this tutorial we’ll teach you how to master these magical techniques and incorporate them into your productions.
When we went searching for an author to create our Melodyne tutorials we went right to the wizards at Celemony and asked them for their recommendation. They enthusiastically pointed us in the direction of South Florida and the audio stomping ground of Melodyne expert and Melodyne Product Specialist: David Andris. So we’re pleased to welcome David Andris and Melodyne into our growing tutorial family.
Melodyne 101: Core Melodyne introduces you to the tools, techniques and secrets that only a Melodyne magician and top vocal tuner David Andris can conjure up! So sit back a learn how you, too, can create some Melodyne Magic!
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Dv8ter wrote on April 6, 2016
Interesting overview of this program. Left me wondering if Logic had ripped off the idea or licensed it. It seems to be much more advanced than Logic so Worth investing in.
Brock wrote on May 8, 2015
Melodyne 101 Core Melodyne is the perfect entry course for this software. I am currently learning this in an audio workstations class, and this tutorial covered the features more in depth during about an hour than what was covered in a few hours in my class. Not only is this a supplement to learning, but it is a great foundation for the creative possibilities Melodyne has to offer in your production work.
District Sound Lab wrote on October 25, 2014
A wonderful overview of Melodyne. I have been using this software for a while, but i was totally self taught. This course filled in a lot of gaps, many of them very important. And i learned a lot of things that will allow me to work more efficiently AND effectively. Great intro to Melodyne! As with many of these videos, i do wish they ended with at least 3 different examples of real use, each different and with its own challenges. Yes, there were some real examples in there, but all quite brief. Most of the course covered how to do things like using tools, etc. Still great, though. Up next, i am headed straight for the Advanced course...
RAlvT wrote on February 5, 2014
Great presentation, thanks! this was incredibly helpful. The pitch grid was amazing when used the way you did.
HopinCarts wrote on November 8, 2013
Very thorough for an intro course, well worth one's while. The Tips 'n' Tricks section at the end is also quite helpful
R. Stull wrote on September 27, 2013
This course covers Melodyne well and has great "tips-n-tricks". "DON'T TUNE Ss!"
Rob S wrote on September 9, 2013
Some great tips on how to most effectively use Melodyne. Recommended for those starting and for those that just need a brush up too.
Charlie fink wrote on July 9, 2013
This tutorial is excellent! I am becoming way more familiar with Melodyne. The organization and delivery of the course is amazing! It also gives me the ability to review the course at any time.
between wrote on June 25, 2013
Great tutorial, I am much more comfortable with the program and learned most of the features that I could possibly need
ekkomouse wrote on June 4, 2013
Awesome tutorial, very useful even for melodyne editor 2! This got me up to speed really quick.