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This Would Be Quite Handy To Steal Someone Elses Song

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12070508

Sampling music could soon be easier with software that extracts each musical instrument from an audio file.

Hit 'n' Mix takes an MP3 or similar file and samples each constituent part.

It is then easy to use a computer to adjust the pitch or other properties of each instrument.

video on there, sorry i cant find a demo of it on youtube

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omg

that would so sick for getting instrumentals

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Melodyne must be pissed

can't find it on rapidshare etc though

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This will be sick for vocals , drums & Instrument sampling.

It will take years for them to perfect it tho.

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Melodyne must be pissed

can't find it on rapidshare etc though

does melodyne do something similar? always thought it was for pitch correction.

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Melodyne can split up a sample into different notes so you can take a chord and switch it up to any chord you want. Not sure if it knows how to differentiate between instruments though.

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melodyne is like auto tune on crack, you could re-pitch a chord with auto tune, but it will always be the same transposed chord, so you could transpose A minor to C minor if you wanted, but you would only ever have another minor chord, melodyne would supposedly let you convert it to a C major chord.

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that stuff looks nuts, c/s afroman

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melodyne is downloadable / £200 if you wana be legit, this Hit n Mix thing cost £80

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Anyone know when this is coming out? need this in my life.

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This program would need to be so accurate in capturing the notes, especially on tunes that have been down sampled.

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looks like it splits alot by pitch so some overlapping sounds may not be split

but still

thats some mad sh*t

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who was that guy at the end? :/

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tbh i had a program that worked just like this called widi

it was pretty sh*t

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i think £80 price tag says a lot about the product, i don't think it's aimed at the 'pro' end of the market so it will be interesting to see how useable the results will be. If it was a really capable product they could take this so much further than just trying to entice bedroom producers into buying it, post production and re-mastering would benefit massively from this kind of technology if it was good enough to use.

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will i am must be over the moon

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i think £80 price tag says a lot about the product, i don't think it's aimed at the 'pro' end of the market so it will be interesting to see how useable the results will be. If it was a really capable product they could take this so much further than just trying to entice bedroom producers into buying it, post production and re-mastering would benefit massively from this kind of technology if it was good enough to use.

True, £80 is very very cheap for this kind of thing, Still cant wait to download it to see what its really like.

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tbh its catch 22, make it cheap n people will think its a sh*t product, make it expensive and everyone will just download it

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