In six new video tutorials, Celemony demonstrates techniques for the editing of lead vocals, the creation of way-out guitar parts, and the extraction and remixing of lead vocals from a playback using Melodyne. Other themes covered in the tutorials include the construction of beats from one-shot samples and the creative use of Melodyne’s Amplitude and Formant tools.
In two new films in the Artists Series, Hans-Martin Buff (Prince, Scorpions) and Jason Phats (Phats & Small) offer insights into their ways of thinking and working, and discuss their use of Melodyne.
Close to the beat: craft grooves using one-shot samples
Get the most out of your vocals with these techniques
A few right clicks turn simple guitar notes into the solo of a pro
Crank up or quite down parts of vocals, guitars and drumloops
Relocation service: isolate a vocal phrase and fit it to a new arrangement
How to work with the Formant tool for creative editing
“I don’t like a piece of equipment doing the thinking for me. With Melodyne I can do it myself.”
“Melodyne is like a sequencer within the sequencer. It’s full of power.”
You can find more videos at http://www.celemony.com/id/videos or Celemony’s YouTube channel.
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