When Celemony unveiled its Direct Note Access (DNA) technology at the 2008 Frankfurt Musikmesse, it left our heads spinning.
Set to be implemented in version 2.0 of the Melodyne Plugin, this revolutionary feature promises to enable the editing of individual notes in polyphonic audio files.
Prior to its release, Peter Neubäcker – the man who created DNA – has revealed more about the technology in a new video. In it, he discusses how he came up with the idea, how DNA works and can be used, how much computing power it requires and – crucially – what kind of material it works best with.
You can watch the full interview below.