MUNICH, Germany, August 27, 2020 – Algoriddim has today unveiled Neural Mix™ Pro, its brand-new, AI-based music player and editor that provides real-time audio source separation and beat-precise extraction of elements of music for producers, DJs, and musicians.
Following the groundbreaking launch of djay Pro AI earlier this year, Neural Mix™ Pro is the latest showcase of real-time music source separation and is set to transform the art of remixing, producing, and DJing.
“We’ve created Neural Mix Pro to add a new creative dimension to the repertoire of producers, DJs, and musicians of all skill levels,” said Karim Morsy, CEO and Co-Founder of Algoriddim. “It’s designed to let anyone explore and edit music in unprecedented ways. And we can’t wait to see what artists create with this AI-powered music tool in their hands.”
With growing excitement around the release of Neural Mix™ Pro, professional producers, DJs, and musicians are already saying:
“Traditionally, sourcing the original stem files of tracks has been an arduous process, at best taking time and creative effort away from the production of new music, and at worst, proving simply impossible. Neural Mix Pro allows me to isolate beat loops, acappellas, and instrumentals almost instantly. Its clean interface helps streamline my production process and allows me to focus on what I do best. This is a revelation for musicians and producers.” — Bernard “Harv” Harvey, composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer on Justin Bieber’s 2020 album “Changes”, as well as the number one hit “Under the Mistletoe”.
“Both as a DJ and a producer I often find myself wanting to isolate elements of existing music. Neural Mix Pro allows me to extract the instrumental and acappella of any song. It’s intuitiv and delivers great results which I can export for my remixes, mashups, and re-edits. The possibility to also adjust any desired tempo or pitch before exporting makes Neural Mix Pro a killer application for the workflow of DJs and producers.” — Steffen Harning of Milk & Sugar, DJ and producer of several top 10 records and songs that became milestones of house music history, including “Let The Sun Shine”, “Higher & Higher”, and "Hey (Nah Neh Nah)”.
Neural Mix™ Pro’s advanced music player allows users to mute individual vocal and instrumental tracks of songs, time-stretch tempo using zplane’s industry leading élastique Pro V3 engine, and even transpose to a different key in real-time. This makes it perfect for practicing musicians or creative enthusiasts who want to explore the music they love in completely new ways.
Additional Features of Neural Mix™ Pro include:
Neural Mix™ Pro for Mac is available as a free download on the Mac App Store. Users can unlock all Pro features for a one-time in-app purchase of $49.99 / €54.99 / £48.99.
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¹Neural Mix is a trademark of algoriddim GmbH. The Neural Mix technologies for playback, live decomposition, mixing, and visualization are covered by multiple pending patent applications in the US and other countries.
Neural Mix Pro: www.algoriddim.com/neural-mix-pro
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Neural Mix™ Pro is compatible with any Mac running macOS 10.14 or later.
Neural Mix™ Pro is an AI-powered music player & editor for producers, DJs, and musicians. Created by Algoriddim, winner of multiple Apple Design Awards, Neural Mix Pro provides an intuitive interface to isolate and extract beats, instruments, and vocals of any song.
Algoriddim, founded in 2006, creates world-class music and video applications for desktop and mobile devices. Its mission is to eliminate the boundaries between consumer and professional-level software to create a world where every person can be an artist and express themselves through music.
Neural Mix is a trademark of algoriddim GmbH. The Neural Mix playback, live decomposition, mixing, and visualization technologies are covered by multiple pending patent applications in the US and other countries.
Apple, iPad, and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks, company names, product names, and technology names mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.
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