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Hit’n’Mix RipX DeepRemix

AI Liberation. Music Creation.

Hit’n’Mix RipX DeepRemix is cutting edge remix software that splits full-mix stereo MP3s, WAVs and most mainstream file formats into vocals, drums, bass, keyboard, guitar, sound effects and other instruments.

Export straight to WAV stems to add to your DJ set or to perform or practice over, or use

DeepRemix‘s powerful remix software tools to take your music to the next level, copying and pasting parts between tracks and much more!

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Audio is stored in Hit’n’Mix’s revolutionary Rip format, a giant step up from waveforms, enabling full control over all aspects of sound.

For example, you can mix your favorite parts together and have fun experimenting with different tempos, effects, pitches, scales, time-stretching, stereo panning (even on mono tracks), volume, and EQ.  You can even create loops and edit them during playback to create new music in real-time.

What else can Hit’n’Mix RipX DeepRemix do?

Copy and paste parts from one track to another, automatically fitting the new tempo.

Apply powerful built-in live effects ranging from Reverse to Delay to Vibrato. Add Harmony to thicken out a vocal, Shift Formant to change the characteristics or apply a Low/High Pass filter for a different atmosphere.

For real inspiration, apply the Randomize effect, set a loop playing and DeepRemix will automatically create variations of the audio in what we call a Ripple. You can play back, edit and copy & paste audio from a Ripple to your working Rip, or even loop and edit it real-time to create further Ripples.

To help get the right notes & chords, you can set the musical scale or key of the track – or click Detect and let RipX work it out for you. Notes will snap to the pitches that are part of the scale as you change their pitch by clicking and dragging up/down.

Turn on Auto Pitch To Scale and RipX automatically fits notes to the scale, whilst keeping it sounding natural.

The Randomize effect means you can set up a loop and hear sections of music played back in different scales – find the one that you like best.

Drop your own background image (PNG or JPEG) onto the rip to set the mood when creating music.

Go All The Way With DeepAudio…

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When you bolt on the DeepAudio module, RipX becomes supercharged!

Audioshop adds the power to draw samples, clone attributes between notes, and change the instruments playing back. In addition, clean up the foreground and background noise, make fine pitch adjustments, and much more.

The Harmonic Editor provides unrivaled access to the harmonics of notes and presents sophisticated tools for sound design.

You can even write RipScripts. To explain, use your own tools with their own UI and you have access to the fundamental building blocks of sound.

Learn more about DeepAudio

Who is DeepRemix for?

For Remixers

  • Mix & match vocal, instrument, percussion and effects parts between different songs and layers, with revolutionary remix software.
  • Create acapellas.
  • Change tempo and apply/randomize effects and key.
  • Extract and manipulate samples from within mixed and mastered stereo files.
  • Remove drums, bass and vocals that might be in the way of other vocals, instruments or percussion, especially if the track wasn’t recorded as separate stems.
  • Transform old mono recordings to stereo.

For DJs

  • Export separated stems straight to WAVs to transfer onto a USB stick for mixing into a DJ set.
  • Change tempo and apply/randomize effects and key.
  • Mix & match vocal, instrument, percussion and effects parts between different songs and layers.
  • Transform old mono recordings to stereo.

For Musicians

  • Learn how to play your favorite tracks by playing back & seeing individual parts.
  • Change the tempo to make practice easier.
  • Create backing tracks to play along to.
  • Loop sections of music to help learn by ear through repetition.
  • Fade out the vocal and other instruments, keeping them just audible, to help perform in tune.

Find out more about using RipX DeepRemix for Guitar practice here.

For Arrangers, Transcribers & Music Publishers

  • Extract and export parts as MIDI files to import into notation software.
  • Analyze notes for transcription. If you have a customer who wants a score that sounds as similar to an existing recording as possible, RipX can expose the subtle nuances.
  • Extract and delete vocal parts to create instrumentals from stereo masters for sync placement purposes, without needing to open a single, original multitrack DAW project.
  • Alter the structure of stereo files by deleting, copying and pasting sections within rips, as well as creating new sections.

For Songwriters

  • Experiment with music and samples to create new ideas and creations. For example, adjust tempo, effects, pitches, keys/scales and time stretch.
  • Use Set Musical Scale to analyze the existing key and set new keys. The Auto Pitch To Scale and Randomize options further enable creative experimentation.

For Students & Educators

  • Study compositions and performances of yourself or others. View the precise volume, timing and variation in pitch of each note over time and make subtle adjustments to hear the difference.
  • Rip and separate MP3s and audio files into vocal, instrument and percussion parts, then view the individual notes of any part and practice against backing tracks.
  • Create new versions of songs and compositions and import background images to match the feel of the music or for personalized inspiration.
  • Experiment with new sounds and effects.
  • Import samples or MIDI from existing works.
  • Create minimalist compositions with real-time editing of loops, stored as Ripples.
  • Experiment with polystylism and polytonality by applying different scales to selections of notes.


OS: macOS 10.10+ / Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
Minimum: 2 Core 2.5GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, 20 GB Free Disc Space
Recommended: 4+ Core CPU, 16+ GB RAM, 20 GB Free Disc Space

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

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 10.0.30, Reaper 5.97, Cakewalk 2019.05 or later.


Note: Steinberg customers should use ‘Audio>Extensions>RipLink’ to Open It will not run correctly from ‘Audio>Plug-ins’ or from the ‘Media’ side panel.

Ripx v5.2.6


  • Can now set musical scale when Barlines not shown from View>Barlines
  • No longer incorrectly shows ‘Mixed Scales’ just because there have been more than one scale changes on different bars (it should only be shown when there are different scale changes for different layers within a single bar)


  • Fixed low level buzzing that could sometimes be present in separated audio when source is  silent
  • Fixed issue with ripping not completing on tracks of certain durations
  • Windows only: When using Save Stems Only, no longer expands folders in left side of Explorer when it opens.
  • Windows only: Now rips filenames with a space at the end


  • Now correctly exports Rips longer than around 40 mins
  • Reports an error if cannot save a WAV file due to the duration, sample rate and bit depth exceeding the maximum possible file size.
  • MIDI file drum/percussion export fixed to work with Logic Pro
  • Fixed bug where an incorrect and invalid pitch could be written to a MIDI file
  • Fixed bug where some effects may not be applied correctly when exporting
  • Fixed bug where a crash could occur when applying affects and system out of memory


  • Fixed issue where master/layer stereo position was not set correctly when rip loaded
  • ARA: Fix for Studio One for updating changes
  • Mac Apple Silicon only: Made more 3rd party libraries Apple Silicon native, to support more features when Rosetta not installed, including importing MP3s and exporting Stem files.

Ripx v5.2.5


  • Mac only: Now fully native for Apple Silicon (M1 etc) – up to 2x faster ripping speeds!
  • Mac only: Focus correctly set in Export, Change Tempo and other RipScript windows, so you can type straightaway without clicking on the edit box
  • Mac only: Python language version upgraded to 3.9
  • Windows only: If choose the root of a drive as a Rips or Stems folder, now functions correctly
  • Added How To… section to manual covering common tasks
  • Various bug fixes


  • Percussion now displayed and editable as ‘blobs’ like drums and kick drums.
  • Stops playing properly when clicking on background of rip to stop full playback of selected notes
  • Sets cursor correctly when clicking on background of rip to cancel note selection
  • Faster application of live effects and repairs
  • Mac: Notes no longer visibly stutter when applying live effects and repairs
  • Fixed slider position for some effects that cannot be applied to unpitched audio, when unpitched audio is selected
  • Fixed issue with apparently un-selectable notes after dragging a large number of them
  • Harmony Effects can now be rendered using Audio>Render Adjustments & Effects. This allows you to quickly create harmonies, and then edit the harmony component further.
  • Better Unpitched Tool auto-contrast
  • Shows time range at bottom-right of screen for whole drum/percussion blob when hovering over one (previously just showed for part of it)


  • If Rips Output Folder is changed during ripping, ripping now completes successfully with the rip file in the newly chosen destination.
  • Fixed temporary file removal.
  • Improved progress bar accuracy
  • Improved kick & snare drum recognition
  • Fixed an issue where canceling ripping for a file could cause other files not to complete ripping


  • Fixed incorrect note tuning for MIDI Notes option (introduced in v5.2.1)
  • Now exports Kick Drum, Drums and Percussion blobs in MIDI files. Only newly ripped tracks will include Percussion and it is recommended to re-rip for improved kick and drums recognition.
  • Now stores tempo map in MIDI files

RipX v5.1.1


  • Fixed issue with only vocals being created on longer tracks
  • When Save Stems Only on and only Voice selected: Fixed issue where the stems would erroneously be numbered sections, often with some sections missing
  • When Save Stems Only on and only Voice selected: Now additionally exports an instruments stem, containing everything apart from vocals (not for Fastest ripper option)
  • Fixed issue where filename contained the ‘%’ symbol
  • Now imports MP3s containing redundant video
  • Now supports filenames beginning with a dot
  • Now supports FLAC and OGG files containing non-ASCII characters.
  • Windows only: if the username contains non-ASCII characters it is still necessary to rename the file to contain only ASCII characters in a folder path containing only ASCII characters.
  • macOS Only: Fixed issue when ripping using Fastest setting with Voice only


  • When opening MIDI files the rip created is now auto-saved with the MIDI notes
  • macOS Only: Fixed issue with Exporting video files when ‘Loop’ or ‘Selection’ had been previously selected for exporting another format
  • macOS Only: Fixed crash deleting layers from panel
  • Help>Add RipX Modules now works for adding DeepAudio to an existing DeepRemix license
  • File>Export ‘Same As Source’ bit-rate option now uses correct value
  • Product Activation improvements


  • Audioshop:
    • Replace Sound – improved quality with more sensitivity to the volume fluctuations in the original notes
    • Split Tool – fixed occasional issue where note is left sounding off
    • Draw Sound Tool – fixed issue with distorted sound after pitch change when Whole Sound off
    • Clone Tool – fixed issue with distorted sound when cloning Sound
    • Draw Sound Tool – fixed issue with extra amplitude added to fundamental when drawing whole note with Whole Sound option off
  • Change Tempo now opens in the centre of the screen rather than top
  • Merge Note Layers now updates note if in Harmonic Editor

RipLink plug-in

  • ARA/VTS3 version now correctly handles situations where audio moved to a new position in DAW

Hit’n’Mix RipX v5.1


  • Improvements to vocal separation
  • Improvements to bass and drums/percussion separation
  • Improved kick and snare drum separation
  • Faster high-quality processing speeds
  • Simpler with only 3 speed/quality settings
  • Fixed issue when ripping multiple tracks at once could cause one or more to be incomplete
  • Mac only: WAVE_FORMAT_EXTENSIBLE WAV files now open correctly


  • Stopping playback no longer updates the cursor

Bug Fixes

  • Windows: Fixed issue with RipX locating Tcl/Tk when another app has installed a different version

What’s new in v5.01?

Added support for Steinberg Cubase Pro and Nuendo 11.0.3

Note: Steinberg customers should use ‘Audio>Extensions>RipLink’ to Open It will not run correctly from ‘Audio>Plug-ins’ or from the ‘Media’ side panel.

Hit’n’Mix RipX DeepCreate Quick Tutorial

Get up and running with DeepCreate in minutes! DeepCreate is a unique, easy-to-use, yet powerful audio system


Hit'n'Mix RipX DeepRemix for Musicians

If you're a musician trying to learn a specific part or parts of a song, RipX DeepRemix can help..  Hit'n'Mix has posted a blog about how to use DeepRemix to quickly and easily learn and practice parts to any song, and more.  read an excerpt here, then follow  the link to read the full blog post.


RipX DeepRemix: Tips for Musicians - Isolate Instruments, Change Tempo for Learning + More

Hit'n'Mix RipX is a great way for musicians to learn and practice music.  The audio separation software lets you play along to songs with any instruments removed, change the tempo to make practicing easier and more.


Hit'n'Mix RipX DeepRemix Walkthrough #gettingstarted

This walkthrough video shows you how to use the Hit'n'Mix RipX DeepRemix app to create new songs and remixes, by separating instruments, sampling, mixing different clips of audio together, and more.


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