Celemony has updated Melodyne to v5.3, which contains improvements and bug fixes. Melodyne 5.3 is required for ARA integration into the new Pro Tools 2022.9.
New features and improvements:
- Surround: In both ARA and Transfer modes, Melodyne can now also be used for the editing of tracks in the standard surround formats.
- ARA in Pro Tools: Melodyne 5.3 comes with all the technical prerequisites for ARA integration into Pro Tools from Version 2022.9 upwards and thus makes a significantly improved workflow in Pro Tools possible.
- Preferences: When Melodyne is employed for the first time as a plug-in, it loads the set of keyboard shortcuts corresponding to the DAW you are using.
- Recording: In the stand-alone implementation of Melodyne, you can now also use a recording device with a mono input (e.g. a MacBook microphone).
- ARA in Cubase: When moving an ARA event to a track that is not selected, the selection in Melodyne is now retained.
- Pro Tools: The position of the playback cursor in Melodyne is now correctly updated even when playback is stopped.
- AAX in Pro Tools: When bouncing/committing, Melodyne now correctly evaluates the offline setting.
- The Correct Pitch macro: When the macro was applied to a very large number of notes simultaneously, Melodyne would sometimes freeze. This no longer happens.
- Preferences: Previously, in ARA mode, the keyboard shortcut for "Playback Selection" was erroneously listed under "Others" instead of under "Transport Bar". This has been fixed.
- The Note Inspector: The input field for Sibilant Balance now reliably accepts input even when multiple tracks are being edited simultaneously.
- ARA in Cakewalk by Bandlab: Under certain circumstances, Melodyne would crash when loading a session. This has been fixed.
- Ableton Live: The cause of random crashes when Melodyne was running in Live 11.1.1 under macOS Monterey on a Mac with an M1 chip has been detected and eliminated.
- Note editing: The "Restore Original" commands in the Edit menu now behave more consistently in the stand-alone implementation, in the Transfer plug-in and under ARA.