I was reading the topic about auto-tune with interest and then came accross the comment ref : melodyne. I looked up melodyne and I'm now leaning toward buying this instead. As a new comer with relatively low budget, I want to be as sure a possible I'm getting the best value. One of many unanswered questions though - I've seen how melodyne identifies a flat or a sharp note (according to their video), by displaying it between two pitches on the screen. Then by double clicking the note, it snaps onto into the correct key/pitch. But does melodyne retune the whole note for its duration like auto-tune does ? In other words, would a sustained note that wandered off key half way through be fully corrected or still left to wander but from a different starting point ? Hope I've made my question clear enough Any further advise on the pro's and con's of these two would be very welcome. Thanks in advance from a keen new-starter.