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NAB 2013: Audionamix highlights sound separation technology

April 1, 2013
NAB 2013: Audionamix highlights sound separation technology
LAS VEGAS — LA-based Audionamix (www.audionamix.com) is presenting “Unmixing Audio with Cutting-Edge Technology” at the Pro Audio Pit and HPA Post Pit during the NAB show. Audionamix is an audio deconstruction specialists and developer of ADX Technology. At NAB, the company will present two 20-minute sessions that highlight the role sound plays in revitalizing existing content for future revenue opportunities. They will also demonstrate examples of how ADX Technology can isolate and separate audio elements, making it possible to unlock sound mixes.
 
The first technology demo will take place at the Pro Audio Pit (Central Hall, C3155) on Tuesday, April 9, at 12:30pm. On Wednesday, April 10, Audionamix will be at the HPA Post Post (South Hall, SL15708) at 10am. 

Audionamix provides proprietary sound separation technology and services for the film, broadcast and music sectors. The company’s ability to isolate audio elements and provide stems at a high quality has unleashed the creative power of many sound editors/mixers/designers, as well as the assets of content owners to “unmix to re-create.” Audionamix’s ADX technology essentially reverse engineers mono or stereo audio recordings into tracks for dialogue/vocal/instrument isolation, music dissociation, and instrumental creation, for various applications.
 
The company’s VP of operations, Arnaud Dudemaine, and VP of production, Rick Silva, will showcase examples of how content owners can separate dialogue from a full mix for foreign re-versioning, remove and replace costly music cues from television shows while preserving the dialogue and effects, and isolate and separate a singing voice from its orchestration to fuel new creations, or just modulate the levels while synching to commentary.