Melodyne 5 Assistant offers the complete Melodyne toolkit for pitch, timing, vibrato, phrasing, formats, and dynamics. Everything you need for professional vocal editing.
- Grammy Award-winning technology
- exceptionally musical and intuitive note-based way of working
- the algorithms Melodic (with Sibilant Detection), Percussive, and Universal
- the complete Melodyne toolkit
- macros for optimizing intonation, timing quantization, and leveling
- the Chord Track and Chord Grid with automatic chord recognition
- tempo detection
- inspectors for quick access to all parameters
- full compatibility: VST 3, AU, AAX, stand-alone
- integration via ARA Audio Random Access (depending on the DAW)
- macOS and Windows, 64-bit
- current version: 5
If you want to perform vocal editing at the highest level, refining and enhancing every aspect of musical expression, however subtle, Melodyne assistant has the very features you need.
In addition to Melodyne’s basic functions and all the possibilities of the smallest edition, essential, Melodyne assistant offers:
The entire Melodyne toolkit: With the full diversity of Melodyne’s tools at your disposal, you can apply the finest of touches to any and every note parameter: intonation, vibrato, pitch drift, timing, duration, amplitude, fades, sibilants, formants, transients – even the timing within notes as well as the transition between them – and much else besides. You can take a vocal track as close to perfection as you choose to.
Inspectors: In the inspectors, all the parameters are clearly laid out, and you can adjust them – without changing tools – to the precise values you want.
Audio-to-MIDI: Export the MIDI equivalent of your audio, so you can double your vocal lines with a synthesizer or your acoustic bass with an electronic sound. Audio-to-MIDI gives you the means to conduct exciting experiments and create radically new sounds.
In a nutshell: Melodyne assistant provides all you need for the professional editing of vocals. That’s where its main power is focused, but it can be used equally well, of course, to edit recordings of any monophonic sound source (trumpet, clarinet, etc.).