Originally posted by abacus:
So long as Melodyne can manipulate the Audio Loop to produce all the chords, then just like the Audya, all the various chord loops can be stored in the MS memory or HDD, and so there is no need for real-time transposition. (Remember the MS has way more storage capacity then the Audya)
This is also a good idea as you say. but I personally find the way of slices the chords and make a kit with awave or gigaedit software for win/linux and save it as giga sound.
why is this the best way:
becouse from your sliced chords you can make good varations,
Propellerheads Reason works for years with this option.
a few years ago i used this option for Roland VA-76 and AKAI S6000.
i sliced the chord for example in C-D-E-F-G and save it in AKAI format, then i on my style editor on Roland VA-76 i recorded triger notes C-D-E-F-G one after another.
This takes time but it's worth to doing.
but another option to create song-specific styles, for example, if the song has 4 chords then use 4 different chord loop this 4 chord is also a good way.
qranger is currently unique. because the it is only style player where audio recording is possible on more then one track.
there is more software that works like melodyne DNA:
or this one only for MAC: http://www.cochleor.com/visualvox-preview.html
and for the one who think i do not know melodyne DNA is not reatime operation becouse melodyne most analyze the audio, you got your answer abacus.
[This message has been edited by AFG Music (edited 05-01-2010).]