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Zator 11th October 2018 12:24 PM

Melodeon (Editor) vs AutoTune vs Waves Tune
 
Edit: PLEASE DELETE TOPIC! I didn't notice the autocorrection on the title.. Can't fix it now, I created a new topic:
Melodyne (Editor) vs AutoTune Pro vs Waves Tune

Hello musicians,

I got myself Logic Pro X and wanna record over already existing beats (for now, I wanna learn producing myself later on).
Therefore I want a pitch correction plug-in to optimize it and be able to transform the pitch as the song continues (This song (first part) is a good example:


I've read through every topic I could find on the net, still I'm not sure, so here goes a thread for my particular case.

My budget isn't that high so the options are Melodyne Editor, Waves Tune or AutoTune Pro. Currently Waves Tune runs an offer where you can get the Vocal Bundle (including WavesTune, DeBreath, Double, Renaissance Axe/Channel/DeEsser) for only 89€ (on another page 69€). On the other hand Melodyne Editor costs 377€, AutoTune Pro 349€. I know all of them are good. Unfortunately I'm in the need to choose.

Workflow is a nice thing, but to a certain degree I'd cut it for the plug-in that does the best job and lets me be creative. From what I've read Melodyne is the best choice (espacially since ARA2 for Logic is out), but is the Editor version too much of a restriction (it misses the Sound Editor /Multitracks) compared to WavesTune/AutoTune Pro?
I could still upgrade to Melodyne's studio version later on but Editor would need to be enough for vocal pitching (for now).

Any helping information is appreciated.

Regards,
Zator