Hit’nMix have just announced the release of RipX 5.1.0, featuring the following enhancements to the DeepRemix and DeepAudio modules. Here are full details of the Hit’nMix RipX Update.
This latest update offers the following enhancements to DeepRemix and DeepAudio, as well as some bug fixes. Even more reason to download the demo and give it a try!
- Improvements to vocal separation
- Improvements to bass and drums/percussion separation
- Improved kick and snare drum separation
- Faster high-quality processing speeds
- Simpler with only 3 speed/quality settings
If you already have an older copy of RixX, then RipX v5.1.0 can be downloaded from here: https://hitnmix.com/download_ripx
Make sure you completely uninstall any old versions of RipX: DeepAudio or RipX: DeepRemix and replace them with the latest version.
If you are new to RipX, then visit the Hit’nMix site anddownload a demo.
What is DeepRemix?
DeepRemix makes it easy for anyone, regardless of experience, to separate their MP3s and audio files, then edit each vocal and instrument tracks. This will be ideal if you want to:
- Compose, sample and share new versions or stems of your MP3s and audio files.
- Extract vocals from full songs to use over different backing tracks.
- Create instant backing tracks and mute parts to play or sing over.
- Experiment with and randomise new tempos, effects, pitches, keys/scales, time-stretching plus create new loops in real-time.
- Re-balance and make volume, panning and EQ adjustments.
- View and edit audio as beautifully presented, colour-coded notes, allowing different layers such as voice and bass to be quickly identified.
Want to know More?
Watch our in depth video review of DeepRemix below. Or click here to read our detailed review of DeepRemix.
Our Verdict of DeepRemix
DeepRemix is not perfect – some audio files rip apart much better than others. However, it is so easy to use, and results are generally pretty impressive. If you want to create stems from audio files, or make instant backing tracks, it doesn’t get any easier than this. Definitely worth downloading a free trial to see how it works with your audio files.
Don’t forget to check out our in depth review!
Find out more and get a free trial on the Hit ‘n’ Mix website.