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Talking with a fellow cakewalk user I was reminded that melodyne came free with cakewalk but I couldn't locate it-
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-I tried uninstalling/reinstalling the program from control panel (In spite my windows account being an admin this kept happening)-

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-I couldn't Directly un/install it either since the check boxes were faded out

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For context, I originally avoided installing melodyne right away in fear for my PC's processing power but after being able to mix and master some tracks I want to look into it and try again. Unfortunately I was greeted with the following technical problems as I just mentioned.

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Edited by Marvs Fabular

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A time-limited trial version of Melodyne is included with Cakewalk.

Once the trial expires, the editor no longer works but a monophonic version of audio-to-MIDI and tempo detection still function.

For the program to show up as a Region FX the VST3 format must be installed.

You may be able to repair the installation instead of going through re-install. Try that first.

 

 

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Looking at one of the pics, it looks like you have Melodyne 4. The one included with Cakewalk is outdated. You are better off uninstalling it and downloading the Melodyne 5 trial from the official Celemony website:  https://www.celemony.com/en/trial

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