He starts with an overview of the interface and basic concept of the program. From there discover how to import, transfer, and record audio material into both the standalone and plugin versions, before moving on to an in-depth look at the main work area, the note pane, and the various algorithms used for note detection.
From there he explains the basic uses of how to select and edit audio with full explanations of how to use the various tool and macros, followed by some examples of how it can be used.
He then moves on to a detailed look at the advanced scale editing capabilities. The sound editor is fully explained with further examples of how that might be used in a practical situation.
Tempo editing is covered as well as tempo assign mode covering how to fit audio to a tempo or manipulate the grid to an existing variable tempo. Finally, there’s an explanation of note assignment mode should the initial detection phase need editing as well as how to create MIDI data from an audio track. Everything you need to know about Melodyne 4, in fact, Melodyne 4 Complete.