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Hit'n'Mix Infinity

The atomic audio editor that works with the actual notes and harmonics in audio.

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  • Need advice: converting a single audio drum track to MIDI
    RipX works pretty well at taking audio drum tracks and converting to midi with things like snare, kick, hats etc. Seperated out correctly. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Any collections of hip hop/rnb/rap studio acapellas?
    I don’t know of any good high quality collections but another option is to rip the acapellas yourself from songs in your music library. I tried this software RipX DeepAudio on a few tracks and the results are very good, specially if you use lossless audio files as input. It’s an AI based stem separation software. There are also some online services that do it like but the results are not comparable. Source: about 1 year ago
  • How to separate midi track? I used a mp3 to midi convert tool and now everything is stuck on the piano
    Redo the conversion with a tool that supports one instrument per channel/track like RipX. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Best vocal extraction tool?
    RipX DeepRemix usually gives me the best results, compared to iZotope RX and the various free online options. I have not tried Spectralayers so I can't compare it. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Relik's Ultimate Acapella Stash
    I am using Demucs to strip vocals from tracks, so the quality may vary depending on the vocal recording, mix and other variables. If you're looking to make your own I would advise you check out, RipX and similar tools. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What is a good plugin for stem separation?
    There's Hit n Mix's RipX series of products. It's a complete solution, letting you manipulate the separations. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Grateful Dead / Owsley Wall of Sound Inspired Home Audio System
    I use a software program called RipX Deep Remix . It separates songs, or I've done complete Dead shows, into Bass, Drums, Vocals and Other (guitar, keys etc.). I started out just downloading isolated tracks off of YT, like the first was Offspring's Self Esteem. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Drums ruin most songs that they're in.
    Something like this works pretty well. (few days free trial I think) Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Traktor remix sets (where to find?)
    Finally, you could use a program like RipX or izotope RX to isolate parts of existing tracks yourself, but that can require a bit of fiddling and experimenting if you don't know what you're doing, not to mention purchasing the software itself. RX in particular is incredibly expensive and is a little overkill for that purpose, but if you've worked with audio before, or know someone who does, you may already have... Source: about 2 years ago
  • Separating Vocals from Beats
    I can highly recommend RipX they offer a free trial. Source: about 2 years ago
  • starting to think the stem player is actually worth 200
    The #1 product for cutting a track down to stems is Hit n Mix Audio right now. That software is $100 and it is the absolute cutting edge of this technology. Spleeter is free and you can use it for free by uploading a track to many websites. I have a mod that allows me to spleeter anything without leaving Ableton, but if you're on cell phone, you can use the same website, download the stems, load into FL studio... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Is it possible to use Reaper to mute/remove instruments from a full track?
    The only tool I have personally used to separate stems is RipX. The results vary but can be surprisingly good. Try the free trial. It think it's only 4 days but should be enough to do what you want. Then just export the stems and load them into reaper and mix them how you want. Source: over 2 years ago

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