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Re: [ARSCLIST] Digital Sound Separator
I asked that exact question and he seems to be using the DNA as he said
he's been "fixing chords". I was confused
by that as well. But this is NY and things may be making their way into
the boutiques earlier than the hoi polloi.
He does the scoring for the Power Rangers TV show...
Dave Nolan wrote:
The version to be released in fall '08 will be added in to their plugin,
which is $299.
At least as far as their website appears to say, Direct Note Access is not
Aaron - is your friend actually using DNA? Or just the current Melodyne
plugin? I've also heard that the tuning plugin works great - a friend who
has autotuned Susan Lucci for years - a couple of times a year when
she "sings" on her soap opera - says it's indeed a great product.
They are promising a more "comprehensive" version for their full mutitrack
editing product, Melodyne Studio, which is currently $699.
From the Celemony website:
"...The first Melodyne product with Direct Note Access will be Version 2 of
Melodyne plugin which will come onto the market in the Fall 2008. In the
course of time, Direct Note Access will then be integrated into all the
products in the Melodyne product family. The most comprehensive Direct Note
Access functionality will be offered by Melodyne studio..."
I'm wondering if this product can recognize an off-key bass note that has
been picked up by an open mic for another instrument for a multitrack
recording, or if it can only separate polyphonic sounds that all originated
with the same instrument (i.e.- guitar, as in their demo:
Does anyone here have any experience with the full multitrack Melodyne
Studio? I'd love to hear if it has any features that would make it a
useful addition to the software arsenal...
92nd Street Y
On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 22:10:54 -0700, Angie Dickinson Mickle
$299 USD. Melodyne has become the choice over Autotune. This new
version is incredible.
Angie Dickinson Mickle
Steven Smolian wrote:
How much was the plug-in?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Aaron Levinson"
Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2008 3:56 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Digital Sound Separator
Yes, this thing delivers as advertised. It shouldn't but it does. I'm
not sure whether that is good or bad in the long run
as far as musical excellence is concerned but this is not snake oil. I
just talked to a friend today that bought the plug-in version and he
says it works like a magic trick.
Peoples, Curtis wrote:
Is anyone familiar with this new technology? Please see the following
Crossroads of Music
PO Box 41041
Texas Tech University
Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Lubbock, Texas 79409-1041
Phone: 806-742-3749 ext 265