So what other uses does the VP9000 have that Melodyne doesn't? DOes Melodyne sound
better for doing pitch and time shifts?
--- In The-V-Group@yahoogroups.com, Dave Bourke <djmbourke@...> wrote:
> I own a Roland VP-9000 (the Variphrase Processor which is the so-called
> "elastic audio" part of the VariOS).
> I also own Melodyne Studio 3.
> If we're talking about audio pitch, time, formant, and groove
> manipulation, then Melodyne is a serious professional tool (with a
> fairly serious learning curve).
> In comparison, the VP is a Fisher-Price toy.
> Thankfully, the Roland does have other useful applications, otherwise
> I'd have sold it.
> I'm too busy right now to do any A/B tests. A Melodyne demo is
> available for download.
> Kind regards.
> Dave Bourke
> - ideation -
> On 22 Oct 2006, at 9:12 am, hysham2000 wrote:
> > hi,
> > maybe check the demo http://www.roland.com/VariOS/ it will give you an
> > idea of the tool.
> > Check also Melodyne software (they have many common points) I don't
> > know if its elastik algorythm is as good as varios (if someone is able
> > to make a/b tests let's share...)
> > --- In The-V-Group@yahoogroups.com, trevor sholtis <cybernout232@>
> > wrote:
> >> i was looking at a Roland Verios on eBay, and my question is are
> > they all that. i have never talked 2 anyone that had one and guitar
> > center i go 2 never has them.