Melodyne Editor’s Direct Note Access (DNA) technology allows you to analyze polyphonic audio data and produce a visual representation of it. With this technology you can essentially drop in any polyphonic audio, even full fledged productions. This kind of technology could be used to remove vocals from a track, isolate instrumentation from mixes, or analyze the arrangement across a staff. Regardless of it’s use, the amount of time you could spend geeking out over your favorite top 40 hits is infinite. Here I will briefly show you how to isolate or subject parts of instruments from a mix.
To do this,
- In SONAR, right-click on your audio file and go to Region FX > Melodyne > Create Region FX.
- Make sure that you have Polyphonic Mode enabled.
- Let Melodyne analyze the audio file.
Once analyzed, Melodyne wil Continue reading Melodyne’s DNA: Subtract or Isolate Instruments From an Audio File