EDM acts set to talk taking tracks apart at NAMM.

Anaheim, CA (January 23, 2019)—As part of “Experimental EDM Production Techniques” in the Future of Audio track at the 2019 NAMM Show, Joachim Garraud, artist and music producer, and Tom Vieira, a dance music producer and remix artist also known as Venomisto, will demonstrate Audionamix’s new XTRAX STEMS 2 software.

The pair will reportedly share skills in producing electronic dance music, including programming, an understanding of the club and the ability to conjure sonic accidents and capture them in the moment. The panel will take place on Thursday, January 24 at the Hilton Hotel at Avila A, Hilton Hotel, A3E Summit, from 3 PM to 4 PM.

Audionamix Updates with XTRAX Stems 2

“During the panel, I am going to discuss having your own signature sound and what makes your sound different from anybody else’s,” says Garraud. “I think it’s great to try and use software, like XTRAX STEMS 2, not only in the basic way of isolating vocals, but also by taking some sounds from a drum session or a bass groove to make it your own.”

Venomisto will also lead “Remixing Hits at Home powered by Audionamix” at Avila A, Hilton Hotel, A3E Summit, from 4 PM to 5 PM on Thursday, January 24, where he will discuss the techniques needed to break songs into stems and create remixes. In addition, NAMM attendees will find him at the Audionamix booth demonstrating XTRAX STEMS 2 and giving away copies of the software at 1 PM daily.

“One of the challenges in remixing is the music in the background, especially when the acapella version might not be available or easily accessible—the solution becomes audio and editing software, like XTRAX STEMS 2,” says Venomisto. “Not only can it take out the vocals, but it can also take out the drums and really allow for creative slicing and dicing of a song.”

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