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PC Utilities Magazine 82% (Feb 2011)

 

"It’s hard not to be impressed with the way in which Hit‘n’Mix can be used to create mash-up tracks and chop and change your existing audio tracks in various creative ways."


"The interface is a wonderfully fluid and rich one – if only iTunes had visualisations this good."

 

 

PC Plus Magazine (Feb 2011)

 

"Every aspiring remixer has dreamed of this software.  Plug mixed music - an MP3, a CD Track, a WAV file - in one end, watch as it's broken into its component parts (complete with unnecessarily flashy graphical effects), then muck about with the track's individual instruments to you hearts content."

Hit'n'Mix is still very new - more reviews on the way. Also see the Reviews tab on our Facebook page, or try it for yourself with the free Hit'n'Mix Play download!

February 21st 2011

Hit'n'Mix 2 Release Announced

Hit'n'Mix Ltd is pleased to announce the release of Hit'n'Mix 2 later this year. Aimed more towards professionals than the first groundbreaking release, this promises to offer much improved audio quality. A Mac OS X version is to be released around the same time.

What's more, it will be a FREE upgrade to all original Hit'n'Mix version owners.

More details coming soon!

 

Hit'n'Mix Ltd is an entertainment software and technology company founded in 2009 and based in London, United Kingdom. The company was set up to develop and promote its debut title, Hit'n'Mix. Hit'n'Mix Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Neuratron Group Ltd which also owns Neuratron Ltd, developer of professional music recognition software such as PhotoScore Ultimate and AudioScore Ultimate.











December 2nd 2010

New Rip (.rip) Audio File Format Announced

Hit'n'Mix Ltd is pleased to announce the revolutionary Rip (.rip) audio file format.

Rip files do not contain the usual waveform data found in .wavs and MP3s. Instead they contain all the information necessary to recreate (or resynthesize) this data.

The work of the engine behind Hit'n'Mix is to magically separate all of the individual sound waves that make up each note in a full audio mix and store their amplitude and frequency descriptions.

To play a Rip file (or convert it back to, say, MP3) the playback engine resynthesizes the sound waves at a resolution necessary for it to be indistinguishable from the original.

To change the position, pitch or ANY other aspect of a note, the frequency or amplitude descriptions of a note are adjusted (possible down to a resolution of milliseconds) and the result is heard when the playback engine puts it all back together again.

Because a full audio mix is generally made up of noise as well as simple sound waves, the noise is also separated and stored. The playback engine overlays the noise on the note waveforms, and if the Rip has not been edited, the final waveform will match the original one - it has been ripped apart and put back together again.

The separated noise can also be filtered, so anything unwanted can be removed quickly without upsetting the notes.

Stereo waveforms are analyzed to store variable stereo positioning information for each note. Changing the positioning information (even if the original was mono) causes the playback engine to make the note play more loudly/quietly out of each speaker.

Hit'n'Mix Ltd is making available the RipCut SDK for developers to convert, edit and play back Rip files. Please contact sdklicensing@hitnmix.com for more information.

Hit'n'Mix Ltd is an entertainment software and technology company founded in 2009 and based in London, United Kingdom. The company was set up to develop and promote its debut title, Hit'n'Mix. Hit'n'Mix Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Neuratron Group Ltd which also owns Neuratron Ltd, developer of professional music recognition software such as PhotoScore Ultimate and AudioScore Ultimate.