June 16th, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
MAGIX releases Sequoia 14.
Along with expanded hardware compatibility, Celemony Melodyne is now built directly into MAGIX’ Sequoia 14.
With a host of new features regarding editing and hardware support, MAGIX releases Sequoia 14, specifically designed for the needs of big-studio audio and broadcast engineers.
This latest version specifically Read more...
January 24th, 2017 by Mike Major
When you auto-tune a blue note, what color does it become?
Sarah Vaughan, pictured here happily singing in an age before auto-tuning software, knew that making subtle choices in pitch was part of the performance.
Auto. Tune. These two simple words, whenever used together and in succession, make my skin Read more...
January 14th, 2016 by Gabriel Lamorie
Germany-based audio software developer Celemony is officially on their fourth release of Melodyne.
Melodyne 4 studio introduces new technology with the most extensive update Celemony has produced throughout the company’s history. Highlighted updated include the Polyphonic Spectrum Shaper, Sound Editor with new sound design possibilities, DNA Direct Note Access, unlimited Read more...
September 3rd, 2014 by Jake Antelis
Modern production and pop music in particular often involves a lot of editing. I’m a big fan of spending more time on tracking and less time on edits – and only when needed.
When edits are needed I like to get them done as efficiently and quickly as possible while Read more...
July 24th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
Recording vocals is one of my favorite parts of working with new artists. When you do it, you become part coach, part psychologist, part tuning fork. With any luck, you can help new singers raise their own standards for themselves, listening on as they deliver lines with more conviction, confidence, Read more...