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Hit’n’Mix RipX DAW PRO
Hit’n’Mix RipX DAW PRO

The first of its kind AI DAW, set to revolutionize the world of music production

Introducing the RipX DAW Pro, the first of its kind AI DAW that is set to revolutionize the world of music production. With its award-winning 6+ stem AI separation, this powerful software allows you to dive deep into the intricacies of your tracks and take complete control over every element.

RipX DAW PRO comes with all of the features of RipX DAW, and then adds advanced stem clean-up and audio manipulation tools to the workflow so you can create the highest quality extracted audio, and tweak / create sound at unprecedented levels of detail. Think of it like a built-in iZotope RX suite.

RipX DAW PRO adds the following features and much more:

  • Award-winning Audioshop® tools for fixing and cleaning up recordings quickly and easily
  • Unpitched audio editor for cleaning up noise separately from pitched sounds
  • The powerful and unique Harmonic Editor for the ultimate in sound editing
  • RipScript scripting language for building and customizing your own tools

Experience unprecedented control over notes, harmonics and unpitched sound, all in a powerful and easy-to-use click & drag interface.

Audioshop® Sound Manipulation Tools

“You can almost think of it as the Photoshop of the audio world.”
-Electronic Musician

  • Powerfully & quickly adjust pitch, time-stretch, copy and paste individual or groups of notes, sibilants and unpitched sounds.
  • Edit Unpitched tool displays all unpitched sound spread over the entire Rip, from its top to its bottom. Click & drag to select a region of unpitched sound and edit it.
  • Draw notes, drums and samples onto your rip with the Draw Sound tool.
  • Use the Split tool to cut notes into sections for further editing.
  • Piece together notes so you can edit as one, with the Join tool.
  • Clone characteristics such as pitch variation (e.g. vibrato), sound (timbre with volume) & panning from one note to another, for example to duplicate a real instrumentalist’s playing style, with the Clone tool.
  • Make fine pitch adjustments and slides simply by clicking and dragging, with the Draw Pitch tool.
  • Add fluctuations in pitch, formant, volume, and panning to notes, using the Apply Pattern tool.
  • Blend together the pitch, formant, timbre, volume and/or stereo panning of notes by clicking & dragging over them, with the Smooth Region tool.

Harmonic Editor

ripx daw pro harmonic editorThis is no basic spectrum editor – these are the actual harmonics that describe the sound of a note, and Harmonic Editor allows complete control over them.

Perfect for removing noise, adjusting timbre and creating interesting new sounds.

Clean & Repair Audio

“A handy and powerful tool for sound cleanup and restoration.“
“Stuck in the same old grooves? Rip em’ up… the possibilities are endless.“
-Recording mag

ripx daw repair keyboardLive audio repair and clean-up features for removing background noise, limiting foreground artifacts, reducing tones & hum, and purifying pitched and unpitched sounds.

Adjust overtone levels in notes and even regenerate fundamental harmonics, to bring back bass presence in vocals and instruments, lost during mixing & mastering.

RipX DAW PRO For You

For Music Producers

  • Efficient workflow with major DAWs using the RipLink VST3/ARA2 & AudioSuite plug-in.
  • Unrivalled, easy access to unintended notes, sounds and noise that you may want to remove, or reuse/boost for effect (e.g. knocks, coughs, twangs, additional strings played, breath, bleed from other vocal parts, instruments & percussion) – especially useful where frequencies are close or overlap, making them difficult to access cleanly in a spectrum-based editor.
  • Edit/remove notes within polyphonic vocal, instrument & percussion recordings. The Draw Pitch functionality is especially useful when correcting/improving individual strings of a guitar. Also, adjust volume/panning of individual notes that might not have been hit consistently or, for example, to bring up only the bass notes.
  • Because the separation goes down to the harmonic level, it also means the tone of individual notes in a performance can be adjusted at the finest possible detail, and even be blended with other sounds.
  • The user-friendly, note-based interface makes for transparent pitch/time-based editing and effects, with instant visual feedback.
  • Add notes to a performance’s melody, and create chords using real notes from the same, or other performances. Tools provided allow them to be blended in naturally.
  • Natural sounding automatic pitch adjustment using Pitch To Scale, to the nearest semitone or any selected scale.
  • Clone vibrato and other pitch variations between notes.
  • Digitize and clean-up crackly vinyl.

Remixers & DJs

  • Clean up messy/noisy acapellas
  • Sample audio & dialogue that has significant noise (hum, wind, crowd etc)
  • Highest quality clean up tools
  • Digitize & clean up parts with vinyl crackle within vintage loops/samples


Audio Post Professionals

  • Extract artifact-free dialogue from noisy footage.
  • Easy access to unintended notes, sounds and background/foreground noise that you may want to remove, or reuse/boost for effect (e.g. traffic, wind, fan hums, crowds, breaths, bleed from other voiceovers) – especially useful where frequencies are close or overlap, making them difficult to access cleanly in a spectrum-based editor.
  • Edit audio to video (macOS only).
  • Clean-up individual harmonics with surgical precision.

Sound Designers

  • Audio manipulation: Use Draw Pitch and other Audioshop Tools for interesting and original effects.
  • Use Harmonic Editor to create unique sounds from parts of others.
  • Use the Clone Pitch/Sound Tool to transfer audio attributes such as pitch and timbre from one sound to another.
  • For Foley sound replacement, select from the Sound panel.
  • Write RipScripts to programmatically adjust/generate original sounds, and even process audio using data files, such as generated by motion capture.

  • macOS 10.12+ (2012 & later models, including M1/M2)
  • Windows 7/8/10/11 (64-bit)

Minimum: 2 Core 2.5GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, 20 GB Free Disc Space
Recommended: 4+ Core CPU / Apple Silicon M1/M2, 16+ GB RAM, 20 GB Free Disc Space

For Much Faster Ripping Speeds on Windows 10/11: NVIDIA GeForce 1070/1080/1080Ti/2070/2080/2080Ti/3070/3080/3090/40XX with 16 GB RAM and NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit 11.0 installed (free download)

In order to check for a valid license, an internet connection is required to activate RipX DAW for the first time, and at least once every 15 times it is run. If you work in a post production environment or similar and do not have access to an internet connection, please contact us regarding offline activation.

RipX DAW PRO Only:

  • RipLink AudioSuite plug-in requires Pro Tools 12.8.2 (macOS) / 12.2 (Windows) or later.
  • RipLink VST3/ARA plug-in requires Studio One 4, Cubase/Nuendo 11.0.30, Reaper 5.97, Cakewalk 2019.05 or later.
  • Logic Pro X, Ableton Live, FL Studio, ACID Pro, Digital Performer & Mixcraft: Set up RipX DAW as the external sample editor (instructions in manual from Help menu).

v7.1.0 changes (20th March 2024)


  • FX
    • Simple single FX panel for all level, pitch, time and preset/combo effects, automatically sorted into alphabetical order for quick reference
      • To create effect presets, now right-click effects and choose ‘Create Preset’
    • FX parameters now listed one per line, rather than all in one line – to allow for future extension of FX capabilities.
    • Quick Panel replaced with Find Panel, for searching all FX, Sounds and Loops.
      • When search term is empty, shows all FX and Sounds applied to the current selection
      • Press Enter to apply top item, or use Cursor Up/Down to select alternatives first
      • Recently used effects now available from new Context bar – see below
      • Cmd/Ctrl+F shortcut and Edit menu item added
      • Find now checks Sound Palette/Folder name too
      • Find now checks alternative names for effects. For example Reverb>Echo, Vibrato>Wobble, Shift Formant>Smurf, Delay>Echo, Reverse>Backward, Saturation>Distortion, Flanger>Phaser
    • Disabled auto-expanding of effects panels and sub items as could be distracting
    • Vibrato now begins at note onset, even for layer/time/group effects
    • Increased max temporal effects per rip to 65535.
  • Installation
    • RipX DAW is now installed with access for all users, so that can be used easily on college computers
  • Editing
    • Context bar shown when a selection is made for quickly applying commonly used effects, duplication, transfer notes to last layer etc
      • Auto-disappears when moving cursor away from it, or when scrollingClicks on the rest of the window when pop-up menus open are now handled immediately, plus mouse pointer changes for rest of the window

      Bars/beats/time selections can now be clicked and reordered from the bar area at the top.

      • Hold Cmd/Ctrl to copy the regionClick+drag Zooming in/out can now be done by dragging vertically on the loop bar, as well as from the bottom time bar

      Tempo and Time Signature are now sliders for quicker setting

      • More time signature choices addedClick on Tempo slider background to show original dialog box

      Improved undo buffer storage and processing – faster and much lower disc usage for many operations

      • Applies to effects applied at layer, group and note levels, note pitch changes, barlines, time sigs, group rename, bar markers, musical scale, layer editsMac: Significantly reduces chance of macOS quitting RipX for writing large amounts of data to disc.

      When Duplicating time selections, the copy is snapped to beats if close enough, which makes it easier duplicating beats/bars multiple times where tempo varies slightly (Windows: if Alt not held down)Un-collapsed group title bar no longer rendered when not hovered/selected

    • Changing time signature now maintains tempo
  • Playback & Recording
    • Click Track/Metronome moved from Layers Panel to right of transport
      • Improved sound falling on barline
    • Improved sound quality of applied Sounds during playback
    • Removed Practice Clips from Rips to simplify UI
    • Enlarged Layers panel Solo buttons so quicker to spot
    • New icon for Master layer that differs from Layers panel title
    • Removed real-time stretching of Sounds to fill notes to improve playback performance
  • Export
    • Much faster audio Export, especially where Sounds have been used
  • Ripping
    • Ripper Options dialog: Added ‘Separate Instruments’ option to all versions so can quickly import audio that does not need instrument separation
    • Mac: If using M1/2/3 and macOS Monterey or earlier, GPU ripping is disabled as high-frequency noise can be created.
      • About dialog shows ‘DISABLED, UPGRADE MACOS’
  • General
    • Pop-up menus now appear more smoothly
    • Can now zoom out to several times song length to make easier to copy and paste sections later in track
    • Improved appearance of panel title bars and spacing above first entry
    • Improved appearance of Layers ‘Add’ entry
    • Added dividers separating ‘Master’ and ‘Add…’ from the individual layers in the Layers panel
    • When open/show a rip, it is now visible selected in the rips panel
    • Pre-load Sounds when add/select a layer
    • Imported MIDI file note volume now matches export
    • Mac: Limited max autoscroll speed
    • Improved spacing of time at bottom of screen and bars/beats at top
    • Render group name in a light shade of group colour
    • Updated manual
    • Updated interactive help

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