Melodyne is part of Celemony’s one-track product family, and offers basic editing of pitch and timing with the same high sound quality as Celemony’s flagship version Melodyne Editor. With Melodyne, you can:
Melodyne is integrated in Cakewalk via the ARA protocol (see ARA Audio Random Access). The Melodyne interface appears docked in Cakewalk’s MultiDock view.After an audio clip has been converted to a Melodyne Region FX clip, you can make changes to the clip dynamically, just like any regular audio clip.You can move, copy, trim, mute, slip-stretch or delete clips, and Melodyne will automatically follow along. Melodyne also follows tempo and time signature changes in your project, and you can position the Now Time and start/stop playback directly from inside Melodyne.With monophonic audio material, you can modify the pitch, position and duration of individual notes. You can also cut, copy, paste and quantize notes.When working with complex rhythmic or polyphonic audio material, Melodyne separates the notes into beats. Notes that occur on the same beat can be edited as a group in the shape of a Melodyne “blob”.Figure 513. Each note in Melodyne is called a “blob”.This section describes how to use Melodyne in Cakewalk. For tutorials and detailed information about using all the features in Melodyne, please see the documentation that is included with Melodyne (in Melodyne, select Help > Manual, or visit ).
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