Celemony shows how easy it is with Melodyne to control the volume of singing on a note-by-note basis, thereby sparing yourself a certain amount of fader automation and allowing you to control a subsequent compressor more efficiently. How to further enhance vocals through the targeted editing of sibilants and consonants is the subject of the second film.
Other new Melodyne tutorials illustrate how to double and replace sounds with Audio-to-MIDI, how to quickly adjust loops to the song tempo, and how to perform phase-locked editing of instruments recorded on different tracks using two microphones.
You can find these tutorials here as well as on Youtube, on the official account of Celemony.
Riding the vocal
De-essing vocals, handling consonants
Audio-to-MIDI in the mix
Adding and matching loops
Working with multiple microphones
Source: Celemony Press Release / Integrative Concepts – Thomas Wendt