Tag archive for : Audionamix
Tag archive for : Audionamix

Audionamix 2016 Staff Album Picks

As audio engineers and audio software designers/testers/specialists, we spend most of our days with headphones on. Most of the time we’re listening to sound related to our current projects, but once in a while we unplug and dance around to the music that moves our bodies and souls. Without further … Continue reading

Audionamix goes “North by Northwest”

Though Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest” is almost 50 years old and well-known, a recent screening at the London Coliseum had a twist that no one in attendance had experienced. It wasn’t the film itself; Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, and James Mason followed the same story of intrigue and thrills … Continue reading

AES 2016 Los Angeles

Don’t miss your chance to see the new SVC (Speech Volume Control) plug-in, grab a beer with Dave Pensado and Herb Trawick, shape the future of ADX software and get Audionamix swag, all at AES 2016! Don’t have your passes yet? Click here to be our guest! We’ll be chatting, … Continue reading

Coming Soon: ADX Speech Volume Control (SVC)

Since the release of our melodic separation software TRAX in 2014, we’ve been asked if we would ever have a product that was designed specifically to separate speech/dialogue. The idea is a natural extension of melodic content separation, and would open even more creative possibilities and troubleshooting applications for content … Continue reading

Audionamix at Sound For Film event

Audionamix will be attending “Mix Presents Sound for Film and Television” on September 17th at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California. This day-long conference and exhibition focuses on the process of melding sound and picture: the people that record, mix and edit, and the technology that they creatively utilize … Continue reading

Audionamix to attend ISMIR 2016

We’re proud to announce that our research team will be attending ISMIR New York 2016 (August 7-11) to present their paper on vocal melody transcription. The paper introduces a new method for performing the detection of vocal melodies using a deep neural network approach. These latest research advances were made … Continue reading

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