Audionamix Releases New XTRAX STEMS Via Subscription
By HC News |
Subscriptions Include New 4-stem Separation Software and Member-only Benefits
LOS ANGELES, MARCH 9, 2020 – Audionamix Inc., the global leader in audio source separation, releases a brand new 4-stem version of XTRAX STEMS, now available exclusively to subscription members. Membership includes access to exclusive benefits and free, regular updates to both the software and separation algorithms throughout the duration of the subscription.
XTRAX STEMS is powered by advanced AI at supercharged GPU processing speeds. With a simple drag and drop, songs are automatically separated into four parts: vocals, drums, bass and remaining music. Songs can also be separated more efficiently based on specific needs, such as creating backing tracks, acapellas, or drumless tracks. The completely redesigned software features a sleek new user interface and a De-bleed slider to refine separations in real-time. XTRAX STEMS redefines music production, music education, DJing, remixing and mashup creation.
“With this release, we rebuilt XTRAX STEMS to offer creators a new platform for unmixing,” says Nicolas Cattaneo, deputy CEO of Audionamix. “Thanks to our new subscription model, we will continuously update the software. That includes improved deep learning algorithms, but also innovative features to unlock our users’ content and use new parts of it in brand new mixes.”
XTRAX STEMS is compatible with Windows® 10 and macOS® 10.12 - 10.15 operating systems and requires a high-speed internet connection. Subscriptions are available for $40 per six-month period or $60 per year. Special subscription pricing is available via firstname.lastname@example.org owners of XTRAX STEMS 1 or 2.
XTRAX STEMS: https://audionamix.com/xtrax-stems
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Audionamix is the global leader in audio source separation. Built on advanced signal processing and artificial intelligence, Audionamix technology extracts specific elements from an audio file, including speech, vocals, drums and bass. Armed with this licensable technology, the Audionamix Professional Services team has worked on major motion pictures, GRAMMY-nominated albums, and hit TV shows across the globe. For more information, visit https://audionamix.com/