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Cases Studies

Audionamix technology has been used on a wide range of unique and interesting projects. Check out our Case Studies to learn more about our contributions to the entertainment industry.

Baywatch Remastered

Music Removal

My Dream Duets

Vocal Extraction


Dialogue Removal for Localization

Kubrick by Kubrick

Dialogue Isolation and Restoration

Baywatch Remastered

Music Removal

While preparing a remastered HD version of Baywatch for streaming, Warner Bros and Fremantle realized that the cost to re-license many of the songs from the original series would make the entire project cost-prohibitive.

To make this re-release possible, it was decided to replace over 350 songs with new, more affordable music.

For the foreign versions of the show, however, separate audio stems were no longer available. The only audio available was the full master track with music, effects and dialogue elements combined into one, making it seemingly impossible to remove and replace just the music.

Audionamix processed over 400 clips from the show’s nine seasons, allowing for the replacement of music in the French, Spanish, Italian, and German versions of the show, and making the re-release possible.

Barry Manilow's My Dream Duets

Vocal Extraction

We are very excited to announce that Barry Manilow’s latest album, My Dream Duets, is now available to add to your collection! We at Audionamix are extremely proud to have been a part of the creative process that made this album a reality, and we’re here to share a taste of what makes Barry’s ‘Dream Duets’ so very unique.


Dialogue Removal for Localization

iFit provides interactive personal training on home exercise equipment. Users can view trainers on screen, and their equipment settings are tailored in real-time to match what’s happening in the video. In the videos, trainers give verbal encouragement and instruction to the user. These videos were recorded using only a single microphone, which delivers the audio of both the instructor’s voice and the sound of their environment. iFit wanted to dub these videos into different languages, while retaining the natural background sound.

Audionamix used our Dialogue Removal service to strip the original speech from the iFit videos, leaving the background ambience. iFit was able to repurpose these recordings and dub them into multiple languages, keeping the original sound of the environment.

Kubrick by Kubrick

Dialogue Isolation and Restoration

The documentary “Kubrick by Kubrick” reveals previously unheard conversations between Stanley Kubrick and Michel Ciment, a French film critic who recorded their discussions over the course of 20 years.

Because these recordings were made in varying locations, they had differing background noise, quality, and reverberation. In some, they were in a restaurant with clanking silverware and glasses; in others, the voices were distant or distorted.

As these sonic differences distracted from the content, production company Temps Noir asked Audionamix to help make the recordings sound as similar as possible.

Audionamix used our advanced dialogue isolation technology to separate the speech from the background noise and reduce roominess. Then our engineers carefully adjusted the sound of each clip to create a more consistent sonic experience for the viewer.


Music Removal


Dialogue Isolation


Dialogue Removal


Music Stemming


DJ Checklists

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DJ Checklist


Pro DJ Checklist


Additional Resources

Audionamix Professional Services for Labels and Rights Holders

One Pager

Guide to Distributing Classic Content for Online Streaming

Professional Services Guide

Research Projects

Our collection of current and past research projects can be found here.

i3DMusic Project

i3DMusic project gathered four partners, two SMEs (Audionamix and sonic emotion) and two research laboratories (EPFL and INRIA) as part of the Eurostars project, granted by the European Union and funded by the French agency for Innovation (OSEO).

i3DMusic provided a music playback system that can handle certain sound sources in a 3D sound environment. i3DMusic created a new class of systems for real-time and interactive source separation and sound spatialization of audio content originally in mono, stereo, or 5.1 surround, targeted for sound engineers, DJs and consumers.

The project began in October 2010 and ended in March 2014.

RAABSPM (AudioHelix) Project

RAABSPM project gathered two SMEs, Audionamix and Sencel Bioinformatics as part of a Eurostars project, granted by the European Union and funded by the French agency for Innovation (OSEO).

The project aimed to develop a precise set of software components allowing a structural modeling for sounds. It led to a new generation of tools for audio information retrieval. The software components were based on the expertise of Audionamix and Sencel Bioinformatics respectively, in audio signal processing and parallel computing.

The objective was to combine an audio representation comparable to that of a DNA sequence (conversion of audio into a symbolic representation) together with genetic search algorithms in large databases.

This allows efficient search-by-similarity in large sound collections.

This project represents a strategic direction for Audionamix, which provides indexing solutions to clients in the field of music and film. In particular, these industries are interested in ways to recover and reuse their audio content (such as effects, musical theme.) on which they have the licensing rights.

The project began in July 2010 and ended in June 2013.

SARAH (ANR, French National Research Agency)

SARAH aimed to industrialize the high-end, high definition remastering services offered by Audionamix.

Given mono or stereo recordings, Audionamix first splits them conservatively, producing various phase-consistent audio tracks. Then, Copra studios sound engineers can remaster these with multichannels.

Thanks to this project, the quality of results is constantly improving while simultaneously broadening the spectrum of processable works. Through this alliance both Audionamix and Studios Copra reinforced their respective positions in the high-end, high definition re-mastering market. The project development also focused on automating the separation steps, thereby drastically reducing the costs of such a service. This collaboration and a steady research effort substantially reinforced the leadership of Audionamix in the source separation field.

Lasting thirty-one months, SARAH project ended in July 2009.

Memories (Europe, FP6)

Audionamix presented Project Memories for the sixth Framework Program for Research and Technological Development (FP6) of the European Union.

Memories aimed to produce a program monetizing audio archives, and concerned two concepts:

  • 1. Structuring a digital contents library.
  • 2. Developing access strategies to multimedia data through contents. The project gathers seven partners with complementary skills: two SMBs, four archives institutes, and one research lab.

Archives Institutes: SMB’s:

  • – Radio Suisse Romande (RSR) – Pub Gene
  • – Norwegian Institute of Recorded Sound – Audionamix
  • – UNESCO
  • – Memnon Archiving Services

The project began in October 2010 and ended in March 2014.

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