Audionamix @ Sound for Film 2017

This past Saturday, Audionamix was a proud sponsor of the 4th Annual MIX presents Sound for Film at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City. The one-day event featured guest speakers and expert panels covering all the latest technology and advancements in sound design, production sound, virtual reality and post production … Continue reading

Web Audio Conference (WAC) 2017

In today’s digital age, searching for new technologies is easier than ever. The web is flooded with sites (Reddit, Twitter, StackOverflow…) that offer answers to questions you didn’t even realize you had. However, no source of information on the web can be compared to meeting and discussing with your peers … Continue reading

How to Sample an Instrument from a Full Song

The art of sampling, once highly criticized as uncreative and ethically questionable, has become ubiquitous in nearly all genres of music production.  From Hip-Hop to R&B and now even in Pop-Rock and Country tunes you can hear elements of music’s rich history re-purposed in modern production, giving our contemporary music … Continue reading

Audionamix at the AES Audio Forensics Conference 2017

Never one to shy away from broadening our horizons, Audionamix was an official sponsor of the 2017 AES International Conference on Audio Forensics in Arlington, VA! Team members Doc and Marcin arrived from Southern California and Poland (respectively) to the historic, bustling and shockingly humid D.C. suburb on a mission: … Continue reading

Mixing Competition Sponsored by Audionamix

Audionamix is proud to sponsor the Pensado’s Place Mixing Competition, powered by Indaba Music. The challenge? Take the dry stems from Body Language’s “Free” and engineer the best mix possible. This is your chance to stand out among thousands of other audio producers and to have your mix heard by … Continue reading

Research Engineer

Audionamix is seeking a highly motivated Research Engineer specialized in (under-determined) audio source separation to join the R&D team located in Paris, France. Mission: Develop audio source separation and audio signal processing algorithms. Develop algorithm prototypes, possibly with graphical interfaces, while maintaining good software development practices. Participate in the development … Continue reading

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