When it comes to pitch manipulation and time correction, Celemony's Melodyne 5 is so good it's magical. Watch this course now, and get ready to master Melodyne's powerful features with trainer and audio engineer Joshua Carney.
With its sophisticated algorithms, Melodyne makes it possible to manipulate pitch, time, note length, attack time, formant shift and more in a very transparent way, with little or no audio artifacts. Thanks to its DNA (Direct Note Access) technology, it even lets you delve inside chords and adjust pitch for polyphonic instruments, like piano, synth and guitar. This course, by Melodyne expert Joshua Carney will show you everything you need to know about this Grammy-award-winning audio editing tool, from basic vocal tuning and quantizing to innovative sound design!
Joshua starts off the course by revealing how Melodyne communicates with your DAW. He explains how to transfer your audio into Melodyne and start editing quickly. You learn about Melodyne's six algorithms and how and when to use them. Next, Joshua explains how to customize your keyboard shortcuts, before diving into the three important macros: pitch, quantize and leveling. Using very different vocal examples in various genres (from pop to rock, and folk to metal) Joshua explains step by step how to get the most out of every Melodyne tool and feature and get a perfect result every time. You also learn about controlling sibilance, how to use the chord track and even how to use Melodyne as a sound design tool to genetically alter the sound of your productions!
Learn how to incorporate this powerful audio editing tool in your music production workflow. Watch Melodyne 5 Explained and Explored now!
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Excellent Course! wrote on August 3, 2020
Joshua Carney is a blessed teacher and one of my favorite instructors here. There are/were some functions in Melodyne I finally happened to understand how they work. :-)
Mr. Greg wrote on July 9, 2020
Not much more to learn after watching this course. Explained well on definitions and practical use, but I definitely would like a couple more tutorials going in depth on using the chord features with multiple examples.
Aaron wrote on July 7, 2020
Excellent course. I’ve been using Melodyne for years but learned a lot about the deeper tools within. Psyched to apply them in my work.