Audionamix De-Mixes Recordings Into Their Components

Audionamix has developed what they are calling the first and only technology capable of reverse engineering a recording into its multi-track components, extracting and separating voice or music from the original mix.

It can be used to isolate voices, remove noise, restore and enhance audio, and lets you create Surround Sound mixes in 5.1 or 7.1 channels from any original audio recording.

Check out this video demo for an example.

De-mixing technology, combined with advanced audio editing tools like Melodyne’s DNA, will soon make it possible to do just about anything you want to do to audio mixes.

via SOS

4 thoughts on “Audionamix De-Mixes Recordings Into Their Components

  1. Hmmm, I'm not very impressed. You can clearly hear the violin on top of her voice and it's lost a lot of its dynamic range… and that's with their own hand picked example.

  2. Hmmm, I'm not very impressed. You can clearly hear the violin on top of her voice and it's lost a lot of its dynamic range… and that's with their own hand picked example.

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