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De-Mixing

We want to de-mix some stereo tracks. We made some trials with iZotope, but we're wondering if anyone's tried another product with good results. Any suggestions appreciated.
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We want to de-mix some stereo tracks. We made some trials with iZotope, but we're wondering if anyone's tried another product with good results. Any suggestions appreciated.
May I ask why you need to do this, and who "we" are?
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We are ICP Studios in Brussels. We have a couple of stereo mixes in which we'd like to re-do some drums.
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There's a free software, I'll find it. Here's the m4l version that does it.

https://maxforlive.com/library/devic...leeter-for-max

https://github.com/deezer/spleeter

There's the original, but I don't think it has a UI, I hear it's pretty good, but haven't got around to testing.
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