Celemony Direct Note Access Makes Anybody Play Like Vanessa-Mae

Posted: Mar 12 2008, 12:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:42am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Celemony Direct Note Access makes anybody play like Vanessa-Mae
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Celemony introduces new revolutionary audio editing software that enables the editing of single notes inside a polyphonic recording.

This is pretty amazing stuff. For instance music producers can fix a note in a normal audio recording of a piano segment, in case the player hit the wrong one.
Other examples would be to tune a guitar after recording, correct harmony vocals that are out of tune, or fix their timing, turn major chords to minor (and vice versa), switch tone scales, mute single notes, remix volume levels, etc., and this all after the performance is already taped.
The capability is similar to if you would be editing a MIDI file. Editing options include pitch shifting, time stretching, formants, and amplitude, etc.

Direct Note Access will be available later this year (autumn) in the Melodyne editor. See a video below that explains and demonstrate this cool new software. You could cancel the search for Super Stars right now, as anybody can be edited now into one.

More details about Melodyne and Direct Note Access can be found on the Celemony site. Via Heise (German).

See also Vanessa-Mae Albums.

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