In June, we wrote about a pair of DJ apps getting ‘real-time stem separation’ features, so that DJs could mix with the individual elements of tracks (like vocals or basslines).
One of those apps was djay from Algoriddim, where the feature was called ‘Neural Mix’. Now it’s being spun off into its own software for Mac computers, called Neural Mix Pro.
“You can create beat-precise loops, change tempo, and transpose the key of a song, all while removing vocals, percussive, or harmonic parts in real-time,” explains its website.
“The advanced offline export allows you to extract acappellas and instrumentals of any song in pristine sound quality for use in your favorite DJ or music production software.”
The software is a free download from Apple’s Mac App Store, but unlocking its ‘Pro’ features costs $49.99.