We launched Audioshake earlier this year in the belief that the next wave in music innovation, re-imagination, and consumer engagement would come from stems — the different instrument and vocal parts of a song.
Stems are already an important part of today’s music industry — sync licensing, spatial audio, remixes, and adaptive music all rely on stems. But their value is set to grow exponentially as new experiences emerge in social apps, fitness, gaming, hardware, and other fields that allow fans to interact and engage with musical content in new ways.
But stems are not always easily available, which is…
Today we launch Audioshake, a powerful AI that can take a recording from any point in time and deconstruct it into separated vocal and instrument tracks (often called “stems”).
Musicians today lose out on many opportunities for their music because of missing or lost stems. This happens across the spectrum in the music industry — from damaged or lost master tracks of world-famous artists, to the indie band who recorded on their computer and only passed along the final song (the “mix-down”) to the label.
But a song is much more than what we hear on the radio. There are…
Audioshake uses sound separation to help break songs into their stems, opening up new opportunities for musicians to make money for their work.