I have 5 Studio. And no, it doesn't always detached the sybilant. + It sometimes detects airy passages as sibilants.trackbout wrote: ↑Sat Jan 28, 2023 6:51 amThat was how it worked before Melodyne 5. After v5, Melodyne automatically isolates the sibilant from the rest of the "blob", so when you change the pitch or the note length, the sibilant is completely unaffected. The Melodyne 5 sibilance tool absolutely smokes any traditional de-esser I've tried.
i find Pro-DS infinitely more consistent