Celemony is making entry into the world of Melodyne simpler than ever before: you can try out the current version of Melodyne editor now for 30 days without any limitations on its use. Furthermore, a multi-language "First Steps" video tutorial including a demo arrangement is provided to guide users swiftly to their first taste of Melodyne success.
The trial version of Melodyne editor allows you to try out all the functions in a relaxed manner without the exasperating limitations typical of demo versions. For 30 days, you can use the trial version of Melodyne editor in exactly the same way as the full one: either as a stand-alone application or as a plug-in in the DAW of your choice, using your own material in an authentic practical context. You can save projects, open them again, and even exchange them with other Melodyne users.
You will find the trial version of Melodyne editor in the Download section of the web site, www.celemony.com, or directly here: http://www.celemony.com/id/demos&L=0
To register and use the program, all you need is Internet access. Later, you can purchase the full version from within the trial one, with no further download or fresh installation being necessary.
Like the full version, the trial version comes with a "First Steps" tutorial that offers a swift and easy way of getting to know and experiencing your first taste of success with Melodyne. The tutorial consists of a film about ten minutes long introducing all the most important functions of Melodyne, from note detection to navigation and the editing of notes, drawing examples to demonstrate their use from the supplied audio material. With this material and the ready-prepared arrangements for Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Live and Studio One, users can try out the various procedures themselves, getting to know and learning to master Melodyne effortlessly along the way.
Melodyne editor is the most powerful of the one-track editions of Melodyne. At the recent NAMM Show, it won the coveted TEC award for the pioneering DNA Direct Note Access technology that allows you to edit individual notes even in polyphonic audio material.