Ireland (June 10, 2020)—Software developer AudioSourceRE has updated its DeMix line with new V2 editions of both DeMix Pro and DeMix Essentials—software that is used to extract or remove individual elements and stems from a mixed source. The update is free to current users.
Intended for use by audio and mastering engineers, remixers, producers, DJs, and musicians, the new Version 2 of DeMix Pro uses new AI isolation algorithms with spectral editing to isolate, extract and fine-tune a variety of possible stems—vocals, lead vocal, drums, bass, and other instruments—from an existing mix.
Available by subscription as well as perpetual license purchase, the update takes new approaches to lead vocal and all-vocal removal; bass separation; and drum separation. It also reportedly provides faster separation times.
Meanwhile, DeMix Essentials Version 2 is aimed more at users who want don’t want or need to have such in-depth control. Intended for use by DJs, music producers, remix artists, musicians, and educators, the software can auto-remove stems from existing audio, separating vocals, drums, bass, and other instruments for sampling or creating a-cappella and backing tracks for quick remixes.
Version 2.0 provides Vocal, Bass, and Drum separators; allows users to separate, mix and merge up to 4 stems; provides a multi-channel mixer for remixing; and allows non-destructive separations.
DeMix Pro and DeMix Essentials run on both Mac (OS 10.9 and higher) and Windows (7 or higher), with minimum RAM of 4 GB. Using the company’s cloud-based service, the software requires a high-speed internet, and accordingly, upload and download speeds are connection dependent.
DeMix Pro costs $24.99 per month, but is also offered as a $249 pre-paid annual subscription or with a $549 perpetual license purchase. DeMix Essentials costs $129 as a perpetual license purchase.
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