Saturday, October 11, 2008

Direct Note Access

Direct Note Access (DNA, nice acronym) is a new technology that allows the isolation/editing of individual notes of music, including within chords. The German software company Celemony is incorporating the invention into its Melodyne 2 software. As Gizmodo notes, this technology could completely change the way music is recorded and edited (h/t DB). The Celemony video on direct note access, featuring inventor Peter Neubacker, is below. It's amazing stuff.