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Celemony Melodyne Music Production - Advanced


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Price
£99 inc VAT
Or £33.00/mo. for 3 months... Read more
Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification

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Overview

To master the art of producing professional grade Music scores using Melodyne which is an acclaimed Digital Audio Workstation.

Description

This course is for sound engineering and music production students and professionals who wants to learn the software that is used worldwide for Music Recording, Music Correction, Multi-Track Music Editing and Mixing. After learning the software you can correct tones, pitches, tempo, scales and streamline and package music like a pro with Melodyne if you have your basic music theory in place. Melodyne can be used in its Standalone version or also as a Plugin to Pro Tools, FL Studio, Logic etc.

Melodyne is a Multi-Track Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) which works on Windows and Mac platforms. With Melodyne you can do professional grade Sound Editing and Music Pitch, Tempo and Scale Correction for all kind of professional music and audio related work. Other than correcting basic pitches with Pitch Editor and doing multitrack editing of music with the Multi-Track Notes Editor, you can change scales and implement complex tempo and sound correction and sound effects. Melodyne also helps you to change the Timber of the sound by giving you the ability to change the Harmonics of Sounds and Notes.

In this Melodyne Advanced course we have covered all the advanced aspects of Melodyne where you get a detailed look at working with the Multitrack Editor, Tempo Editor, Sound Editor, Scale Editor and Note Assignment Editor.

The following modules for Melodyne have been covered in this course:

  • Multitrack Note Editor
  • Tempo Editor
  • Sound Editor
  • Scale Editor
  • Note Assignment Editor

Target Customers:

  • Sound Editing/Engineering Professionals/Students
  • Music Editing and Arranging Professionals
  • Music Industry Professionals
  • Composers
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to correct and produce music with Melodyne

Pre-Requisites:

  • Knowledge of Computers
  • Knowledge of Audio Formats and Codecs
  • Basics of Music Theory

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