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Amazingly Cool New Technology for Musicians – Record & Collaborate over Long Distances!

It’s called Digital Musician. I’ve been talking about something like this being integrated with Beat-Play for a while now. It’s really cool to see that people are already developing this kind of technology. It is almost as if we’re building two sides of the same bridge and we will meet in the middle. Very cool stuff.

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Melodyne Celemony DNA – Direct Note Access

This is some seriously sick technology!!

DNA – Direct Note Access is a technology that makes the impossible possible: for the first time in audio recording history you can identify and edit individual notes within polyphonic audio material. The unique access that Melodyne affords to pitch, timing, note lengths and other parameters of melodic notes will now also be afforded to individual notes within chords.

Examples of use:
Tune a guitar after recording

pitch-correct a piano that is out of tune or fix its timing

turn major chords to minor (and vice versa), switch tone scales

mute single notes

remix volume levels, etc.

– all after the performance is already recorded!

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