Djay update brings Neural Mix to instantly isolate vocals, beats and instruments

No more pre-editing audio tracks, Neural Mix from the Djay app, allows you to isolate vocals, drums and harmonics in real-time without leaving the mix.

Algoriddim have recently updated their Djay app on iPhone and iPad to support Neural Mix. Neural Mix uses AI technology to automatically separate musical elements. This will deconstruct any track into three parts: vocals, beats and instruments, allowing you to view the individual waveforms and solo/mute any part with a single tap. No more filter, EQ, looping sections or third-party software to help isolation.

Djay Neural Mix

The demo given below proves impressive. The video shows how it’s possible to quickly slide or push a button between two elements: acapella-to-instrumental or drum-to-harmonic, or three way control of drum, harmonic and vocal parts.

This feature works with streamed or local files and is available today on iOS via an update to the app. Download Djay for free on the App Store.

Unfortunately, Spotify is dropping support for third-party DJ apps such as Djay, on the 1st July.

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