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Track seperation/Stems, opportunity?

PostPosted: 02 Sep 2020, 13:35
by tb0ne
I guess inclusion of track seperation functionality as seen in virtualdj and djay could be a thing to revive Cross?
Considering Serato has nothing planned in their next release.
And fixing the obvious performance issues.
Things could be moving, at least one of the guys in the mixvibes development team has a strong interest in the spleeter project...
Let's hope...

Re: Track seperation/Stems, opportunity?

PostPosted: 09 Sep 2020, 13:31
by Hanginon
tb0ne wrote:I guess inclusion of track seperation functionality as seen in virtualdj and djay could be a thing to revive Cross?
Considering Serato has nothing planned in their next release.
And fixing the obvious performance issues.
Things could be moving, at least one of the guys in the mixvibes development team has a strong interest in the spleeter project...
Let's hope...


...well, I guess the world needs dreamers! V4.2 already requires almost twice as much processing power as V3.4.3 to play the same song (at least on an intel i5 Windows 10 laptop) - adding Stems will make it even worse.

With basically no activity for V4.2 on Mixvibes' Facebook page, not one peep from "The Team" on this Forum, and a total world wide sales - even with all the spring/summer promotions - of only 165 PC/Mac licenses for V4.2, IMHO I think it's DOA.

It's a real shame too. I try moving forward with Serato/Traktor/Mixxx, but even with all their improvements, I keep coming back to V3.4.3 - it's still my DJ software of choice. They really got that one right, and should have continued it's developement.