Re: Nectar Vs Melodyne Vs Auto Tune Vs other
i've only ever used melodyne studio - whilst it's fucking amazing for converting audio to midi - i'm not so keen on it for re-pitching, especially for vocals, there's is a very limited range that you can re-pitch vocal withit, in that it tend to robotize the vocal very quickly and within a mall shift from the original starting note. For synth sound etc it isn't so bad and can also help a lot in getting those notes that are slightly out of time into time, very handy if you tend to record to audio and not midi, and you may keep making that one mistake....
so yeah, overall, i wouldn't recommend melodyne at all for re-pitching vocal, maybe sorting a warble out on a note or those vocals that are jut a semitone out or something, but nothing more extreme unless you want that horrible robotic crap
for pitch correction on the fly. i am sure that melodyne do a plug in version to though for that on the fly thing you mention, melodyne editor or something i think
Last edited by Benwaa; 20-04-2012 at 11:01 AM..