Anybody using Melodyne with Audition? Do they like each other?
In my experience, No. I have had success using Melodyne as a plug-in in CS6 on a few occasions; more often, it begins its "analysis" and then freezes about 70% of the way through.
Since I also run Reaper, on the few occasions I've needed to do this, my usual workflow is to track and "Melodyne" in that (including rendering the Melodyne file(s)) and then port the tracks to AA for mixing, using SuiteSpot's excellent AA Translator.
I've had much the same experience emmrecs in that Melodyne would also freeze part way through analysis
I too would go the Reaper route if required but luckily I have guys here who can make Audition's manual pitch correction get as good or better results than Melodyne.
If only Adobe realised that with just a touch more effort they could really make the manual pitch correction accessible to joe average and they too could get fantastic results using it
Thanks for the plug BTW
On the occasions I've needed pitch correction, I've used Audition, and it's been fine. But Melodyne does more than pitch correction. That audio-to-MIDI conversion tool is awesome, for instance. But yeah, +1 for Adobe making Audition's features better known. I'm so impressed by Audition, and so unimpressed by the manual. I need training. I am a dull, thick-fingered technoblot in need of guidance.
therealdobro wrote:I'm so impressed by Audition, and so unimpressed by the manual. I need training. I am a dull, thick-fingered technoblot in need of guidance.
Audition is probably the ultimate tool to use for developing your discovery learning techniques...