RoEx compares AI mixing tool AutoMix to Instagram filters
“Our mission is to make top-tier production quality both accessible and efficient for all creatives, without any barriers”
RoEx, a UK-based music tech startup, has launched AutoMix, a plugin that uses AI technology to streamline and simpify the mixing process for producers.
AutoMix, RoEx claims, lets you mix down projects to a professional standard in a non-technical or complex way, “transforming them into professionally finished pieces within minutes”, it says.
To use AutoMix, you simply upload the individual audio stems of your project into the online platform in a format. From here, you select the instrument type of the audio stems you’ve uploaded, e.g. bass guitar, vocals, synth etc., so the system has an understanding of how each should traditionally sit within your mix.
After selecting the instrument type, you can add basic mix settings such as reverb, the amount of presence each stem should have in the mix, and panning. While adjusting these might take time manually in your DAW, AutoMix aims to make mixing “accessible and efficient for all creatives, without any barriers” by condensing complex processing techniques into the click of a button.
Once you’ve mixed down your stems, you can adjust the volume levels of each and preview how it all sounds together. You can then download your finished track by simply clicking ‘master’. Each master can be downloaded in exchange for one download credit, which can be purchased via RoEx’s website for $11.99 each or included as part of a subscription package.
David Ronan, RoEx CEO comments: “Just as Instagram transformed photography by making filters universally accessible, we aspire to revolutionise the world of music production. We recognise the modern musician’s desire for professional sound without the intimidating complexities of compressors, EQ settings, or the necessity for costly studios and intricate plugins. Our mission is to make top-tier production quality both accessible and efficient for all creatives, without any barriers.
“Looking to the future, we envisage our technology integrating seamlessly with various DAWs, whether they are traditional desktop systems or emerging cloud-based platforms. While the exact roadmap is still unfolding, our direction is unwavering: to democratise professional music creation, making it accessible and intuitive for all,” continues Ronan.
RoEx is a small London-based startup that originated from a PhD project at Queen Mary University of London, focused on simplifying music production. Led by David Ronan, their mission is to democratise music creation, taking away technical obstacles.
Online mastering service LANDR has also launched a tool to streamline mixing for producers within the DAW. The online mastering tool’s new Mastering Plugin brings its AI-powered auto-mastering to DAWs for the first time.
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