Melodyne Awarded Technical Grammy

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At this year's 54th annual Grammy Awards, the nod for Technical Grammy went to Celemony's Melodyne editing software.

"Melodyne has completely changed how I record music," said producer and songwriter A.R. Rahman. "With Melodyne one can seamlessly correct out-of-tune notes in a piano track, change the chords in a harmonic accompaniment after it's been recorded, or manipulate the timing within notes. The creation of music is enriched by this technology."

PreSonus Studio One integrates Melodyne so that it becomes essentially part of the program. Melodyne's editing window opens within Studio One, and edits created in Melodyne can be immediately auditioned within Studio One, without porting of files between the two programs.

"PreSonus has long recognized the unparalleled power Melodyne brings to audio editing, and we knew early on that integrating it into Studio One was a big part of creating the next generation of DAW software," said Jim Odom, PreSonus co-founder, president and chief strategy officer. "We're truly excited that the Recording Academy has recognized Celemony with this tremendous award, and we're proud to be associated with such an innovative team."

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