Melodyne Updates to 1.3.0

The program that everyone else is trying so hard to be even remotely as good as, just made it a little harder by adding a few more features and bug fixes. Celemony announced today that the new update includes several convenient new features and added fixes to make the program more stable. I basically just repeated myself on that first post but I needed more content to make this look like it was more informative. From now on, I’ll let the press release do that and maybe even make one of those hilarious jokes bloggers make about how they can’t live without coffee….. chodes….

For Melodyne editor, a free update is now available to Version 1.3, which contains a number of bug fixes and small improvements. You can download the update directly from this link or via the function “Check for Updates” in Melodyne’s Preferences dialog.
With Version 1.3, Melodyne is more reliable and efficient to work with than ever:
• Continuous lines representing the selected time grid provide for greater clarity in the editing pane of Version 1.3, thereby making modifying the timing of notes easier.
• A double click now quantizes notes to the time grid selected by the user, making it possible to shape the rhythm of the material more swiftly and accurately.
• In the stand-alone version of Melodyne, a new option is now available that saves a copy of the audio files involved when you are saving MPD files. This simplifies the handling of projects.
• Version 1.3 is also compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and the corresponding Lion versions of leading DAWs.
You will find the full release notes and an overview of the DAW versions supported on our web site.

I know I already posted the link before but I’m sure you’re too lazy to scroll back up so HERE.. Sheesh, you’re needy today