Have you ever wanted to remix a track but couldn’t find the individual stems? Well, Algoriddim’s Neural Mix Pro app could be the answer to your creative conundrum.
With Neural Mix Pro, you can separate the main elements of any track, including drums and percussion, vocals and more to create your own individual stems or acapella. In addition to its AI-powered song-separating capabilities, Neural Mix Pro allows you to create beat-precise loops, change a track’s tempo and transpose the key of a song.
In the video below, Point Blank’s Creative Director and industry professional Sound Engineer, JC Concato, and DJ, producer and PB’s Content Development Manager, Ben Bristow, dive into the world of Neural Mix Pro, exploring its ground-breaking features.
There are a wealth of handy music production and DJ apps on the market that can spark creativity, simplify collaboration and enhance workflow – you just need to know which ones are worth your while. To cut out the trial and error process for you, we’ve created a roundup of our favourite apps for making music on the go. Check that out here. Need a pocket-size alternative to help you DJ on the go? We’ve got a list for that too.
If you’d like to learn more about creating your own acapellas, or the beats to go with them for that matter, be sure to check out our line of courses in Music Production & Sound Engineering. Want to hop on a beat with a producer? Then we’d highly recommend our Singing & Songwriting courses which can help finely tune your vocal skills. Plus, we’re currently offering 25% off our selected online and Los Angeles courses until 31st March using the codes ONLINE25 and LA25 – so there’s no better time to sign up than now.
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