ADX TRAX Pro 3 is Audionamix’s most revolutionary software release to date. With improved separation quality, faster processing speeds and enhanced spectral editing features, separating a melody from a mix just got easier with ADX TRAX Pro 3.0. This upgrade also includes the new STEMS file export feature, making ADX TRAX Pro 3.0 the perfect crossover tool for Audio Engineers, DJs, Producers, Remixers and Post Production Engineers.
The only non-destructive software on the market, designed to separate a vocal from a mono or stereo mix!
ADX TRAX Pro 3 boasts faster separation processing speeds, new STEMS file format export, consonants annotation tool, and zoom-to- fit options; all of which allow users to work smarter not harder, when separating and isolating melodic content within a mono or stereo mastered mix. ADX TRAX Pro 3 also includes spectrogram enhancements, and a first-of- its-kind pan-specific editing feature to directly edit audio content in specific slices of the stereo field for precision cleanup.
ADX TRAX Pro 3 New Features:
Pan-specific spectral editing feature – Directly edit audio content in specific slices of the stereo field for pinpoint cleanup.
Spectrogram optimization – New, faster spectrogram for smoother, more responsive spectral editing
STEMS file format support – ADX TRAX Pro 3.0 now allows to export your audio files as STEMS through the File Menu.
GPU Implementation – Faster separation process using the power of GPU calculations
Consonants Annotation Tool – Helps identify and extract sounds such as “ch” or “s”, which are often missed when annotating the pitch only.
Zoom to Fit – Zoom to fit is accessible via the center zoom button, the View menu, or with the quick command ⌥F. Click and drag on a specific area of the pitchogram or spectrogram using this tool and it will zoom to fit your selection to your entire screen.
Overview of ADX TRAX Pro
The PanSpecific View adds another dimension to the Spectrogram, that of position within the stereo field. When the PanSpecific View is engaged, you no longer see a left and a right channel on your spectrogram, you only see the selected range within the stereo field, represented by a single channel. All of TRAX Pro’s spectral processing and selection tools can then be applied with the PanSpecific View active.
You can transform your basic separations into professionalgrade isolations with ADX TRAX Pro. The original TRAX software was developed to assist producers, audio engineers, DJs, and all creative artists in isolating vocal or melodic motifs to create new hooks, innovative remixes and virtual duets.
TRAX enables users to raise or lower the level of a vocal or solo instrument in a mono or stereo mix without requiring access to the multitrack sessions.
TRAX Pro adds a unique approach to spectral editing to this already powerful technology. Using our innovative, nondestructive spectral editing tools, it is now possible to further refine the results you get from the initial TRAX separation process. ADX TRAX Pro is truly the most advanced audio separation software available.
*NEW* Panspecific spectral editing feature
*NEW* Faster spectrogram for smoother, more responsive spectral editing
*NEW* Consonants Annotation tool
*NEW* Export files in STEMS format
Improved Vocal Targeting and Import Workflow
NonDestructive Source Separation
Integrated PostSeparation Enhancement
Multiple Bit Depth and Sample Rate Compatibility
MultiAlgorithmic Processing Matrix
Integrated Full Spectrogram
Comprehensive Suite of Spectral Editing Tools
WHO’S IT FOR?
Create vocal and/or instrumental riffs to drop into a mix
Create music beds from well know songs to mashup and mix up
FOR REMIX ARTISTS
Create contemporary and artistic remixes and mashups using any vocal and/or instrumental
FOR POST PRODUCTION STUDIOS
To clean up a recording that may have mic bleed from other instruments into the vocal track
Add volume to a vocal that was mixed and mastered too low
Add effects and processing to a vocal or solo instrument that is already mixed without need of separate stems
ADX TRAX Pro 3 Spotlight Feature Details:
The first-of-its-kind Pan-Specific View adds another dimension to the TRAX Pro Spectrogram, that of position within the stereo field. When the Pan-Specific View is engaged, you no longer see a Left and a Right channel on your spectrogram, you only see the selected range within the stereo field, represented by a single channel. All of TRAX Pro’s spectral processing and selection tools can then be applied with the Pan-Specific View active.
The Pan-Specific section has its own parameters:
On/Off switch: Use this button to activate/deactivate the Pan-Specific view.
Pan sliders: Use the Left and Right pan indicators to designate the range of the stereo field you would like to edit (by default the range is between the two indicators).
Invert button: Use this button to invert your pan range (the areas to the far-left and the far-right of the sliders).
Use the Pan Histogram to assist in selecting your pan range. The Histogram displays amplitude across the stereo field at your playhead position, so it can be very useful in identifying panned elements within the mix. When a component, for example a guitar, is panned to the right, the peak will be displayed on the right of the Histogram display.
The Consonants Tool
Use the Consonants tool to indicate where consonants are on a time range on the pitchogram. The consonants tools has been created to improve consonants extraction. Consonant annotations are optional, but help identify and extract sounds such as “ch” or “s”, which are often missed when annotating the pitch only. A Consonant Annotation can be placed over any point on a Pitch Guide Line.
Note: When annotating the Pitch Guide with the Pencil or Marquee Tools, hold the “C” key to temporarily select the Consonants Tool.
Mac OS X 10.9 – 10.12 Only
TRAX Pro 2.5 Legacy Build included for Mac OS X 10.7 – 10.8
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