Audionamix is previewing its new, cloud-based ADX TRAX software for vocal and instrumental audio separation at this week’s 135th AES Convention in New York. (Audionamix is at booth 2664.)
ADX TRAX, planned to be release by the end of this year, separates full mixes into two audio files: a vocal track and its accompanying music track, helping users achieve superior vocal isolation for a number of creative applications.
By leveraging the computer processing power of the cloud, ADX TRAX automates the process of separating vocals from a mixed music track, significantly diminishing an otherwise tedious manual task. The software is unique in that it performs separations on mono, as well as stereo and multichannel recordings. It is also compatible with multiple file formats, bit depths and sample rates.
The software is non-destructive technology that retains the integrity of the original source elements, enabling repeated refinements to achieve the ideal results. Specific to the software, ADX TRAX provides users with a vocal volume control feature. This is a valuable option when lead vocal levels of a mixed music track need to be adjusted for various commercial applications.
“ADX TRAX software is built upon our proprietary ADX Technology, which has been hailed by audiophiles as a game changer, and sought after by major motion picture, television and music studios, as well as post production facilities, worldwide for its proven results,” says Rick Silva, VP of production and product manager, Audionamix. “We’ve been asked for years if our technology is available as software, and now with ADX TRAX, we’re beginning to put some our technology’s power into the hands of the pro audio community.”
“ADX TRAX brings to market a groundbreaking professional application that is user-friendly,” he adds. “We think the industry will find ADX TRAX an innovative tool to obtain quality results faster than ever before, unleashing the user’s creativity in stunning new ways.”
ADX TRAX is a client and cloud-based audio editing software designed for MAC OS (10.6 or later).