David Andris, Celemony’s Lead Product Specialist for Melodyne, shows you powerful pitch manipulation techniques!
David Andris is a professional audio engineer and producer living and working in South Florida. He owns Spartan Recordings, a recording services company that is creatively involved in the Southeast recording scene.
David is also a Lead Specialist for Celemony’s Melodyne, traveling the U.S. and Europe sharing his vast Melodyne expertise and leading seminars. With his ever-growing list of clients, David Andris is fast becoming one of the top vocal tuners in the U.S.
Melodyne 2.0 is loaded with a bunch of new features. Let Product Specialist David Andris show you how you can inject Melodyne's new DNA technology into your productions...
David Andris, Celemony's Lead Product Specialist for Melodyne, shows you powerful pitch manipulation techniques!
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.
Dv8ter wrote on April 5, 2016
Interesting & helpful course informing you of the power & uses of this program.
Zekagiu wrote on August 12, 2015
Very thorough use of Melodyne. Some imaginative stuff at the end shows some alternative uses, however they might be a little obscure, but neat to see anyway. Instructor was easy to follow and spoke well.
Brock wrote on May 13, 2015
Advanced Melodyne 201 was a good follow-up to the introduction course. The sections in the course emphasized different workflows for audio editing in Melodyne that wouldn't be covered in the manual or a traditional walkthrough. This has been a great supplement to my current audio workstations class where I am using Melodyne in Pro Tools for vocals and other instrument audio files.
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.
Paul wrote on February 26, 2015
Great demonstration of Melodyne 2 DNA capabilities by David Andris. Really good watch!
District Sound Lab wrote on October 29, 2014
Overall another great course! This and the other Melodyne course worth both great. I learned a lot about the software and after reviewing my notes, and more importantly, applying all of this knowledge and practicing over and over again, i can say i am now very proficient in this software! And these courses were a huge help. Two quick notes... First, the "sound design" and "house hold objects" sections were downright terrible and a waste of time. But everything else was so good that it still averaged out to great! The second note is that, again, i wish that at the end of the course was an in-depth example or two of actual work being done that showcases everything learned in the course... That would be so helpful to bring it all together. Like transferring in actual problematic vocals that were recorded , and going through and using all the tools in melodyne to make them sound great. Maybe next time!
Mark wrote on October 27, 2014
Thanks for the tutorial. Would love to hear more obvious examples of the Attack Speed tool. Some were quite subtle. One thing.. Amp Envelopes use ADSR, but you kept talking about ASDR. This might confuse some beginners.
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.