LOS ANGELES, Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Audionamix, the industry leader in audio source separation, will release ADX TRAX 2.6, TRAX Pro 2.6 and announce new pricing for their VVC plug-in at the 2016 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, January 21 - 24th. The new updates include enhancements to their award-winning automatic voice activity and pitch detection algorithms, which can drastically improve the accuracy of the ADX separation process for singing voices. A new local Pitch Guide Preview option allows users to instantly visualize the melody and make adjustments to the pitch guide prior to running the initial separation. This new feature streamlines the isolation process for experienced TRAX users.
Other improvements include OS X 10.11 El Capitan compatibility, expanded help documentation, and the ability to invert any spectral selection, improving the capabilities of the spectral editor (TRAX Pro only).
In addition to the new updates to TRAX and TRAX Pro, Audionamix will also announce new pricing for their ADX Vocal Volume Control plug-in.
New ADX VVC Pricing:
ADX TRAX and TRAX Pro 2.6 Update Features:
DJ Voxchanger, the first Vocal Transformation app of its kind to hit the iOS market, will also be featured at the ADX booth. DJ Voxchanger gives tech lovers, music hobbyists and fans, the ability to separate the lead vocal within any song and transform its age, gender and overall vocal characteristics.
In addition to ADX product demos, Audionamix is also excited tgo host in-booth appearances by legendary mix engineer Dave Pensado, and award winning producer, remixer and DJ, Dave Audé.
Audionamix In-Booth Schedule:
Friday January 22nd
Saturday, January 23rd
Since 2008, Audionamix has established itself as the global leader in audio source separation. Based on years of audio signal processing research, the company developed the revolutionary, patented ADX Technology, and continues to pioneer audio solutions for the film, broadcast and music industries. Audionamix has demonstrated technical expertise in isolating and separating elements from master recordings to empower content owners, engineers, producers and artists to create exciting new productions, and unlock television and movie assets worldwide.