Los Angeles, CA (December 4, 2014)—Audionamix has released the Pro edition of the company’s ADX Trax software, which enables the isolation of melodic elements from instrumental tracks for multiple applications.
ADX Trax Pro is intended to bridge the gap between basic separations and professional-grade isolations with its collection of ADX algorithms and spectral editing tools. ADX Trax Pro gives users the ability to directly edit results by time and frequency, adjust gain, attenuate or remove sounds, extract, raise or lower the level of a vocal or solo instrument in a mono or stereo mix and correct audio anomalies using effective restoration tools—all without requiring access to the multi-track sessions.
The spectral editor lets users work between two files simultaneously—the separated vocal and remaining music. Spectral edits that are made to one file are automatically reflected in the other, giving users the ability to switch back and forth between the music and vocal tracks to refine an isolation until they achieve desired results in both files.
Audionamix is also gearing up to deliver an AAX Native 64 plug-in for Pro Tools 11, developed in part by Blue Cat Audio. Slated for release in December 2014, the ADX Vocal Volume Control (VVC) plug-in will allow users to raise or lower the volume of the vocal part from a master recording up to 9 dB and adjust its pan positioning in the stereo field without requiring the multi-track master sessions.