An iOS app called Moises can be used to isolate and remove the instruments from any song. It breaks up a single song into multiple tracks by employing artificial intelligence. For musicians who want to make remixes, mashups, and backing tracks or to live to perform alongside their favourite songs, this award-winning app is the ideal tool.

I wanted to see what all the fuss was about after seeing hundreds of 5-star reviews and more than 9 million downloads. Hello, I’m Ben from Live Aspects. In this review, I’ll explain everything you need to know about Moises and help you figure out if it’s right for you.
First impressions Moises was easy to install and took up less than 80 MB of space on my iPhone.Understanding the Moises app’s layout and all of its features didn’t take long at all. I was very impressed with the separation quality after importing my first track. The Moises AI produced an instrumental and an acapella that I knew I could use in a remix, cover, mashup, or karaoke backing track, and it only took a few minutes to generate.

I continued to import songs using the various separation techniques and kept receiving separated tracks of high quality. The Smart Metronome and Pitch Changer were highly effective instruments that gave each piece a fresh perspective. I was excited to hear specific songs without particular instruments and to see how I could use the various parts of a track in various contexts.
The unique black-and-blue colour scheme and minimalist design of Look & Feel Moises make it inviting and enhance the user experience. It has large buttons and intelligent icons so you can easily navigate the application. The app’s user interface is straightforward, well-organized, and created with creativity in mind.

| Ease of Use and Navigation The Moises app was designed to facilitate audio separation and maximize creativity. It has been masterfully intended to assist you with rapidly accomplishing results, with an enormous blue ‘+’ button on the home tab quickly welcoming you to import a track. Moises, in contrast to other music apps, does not pester you with advertisements or requests to upgrade to premium. The Moises app is straightforward, effective, and simple to use.
Overview of the App Library The Library houses all previously analyzed tracks. After importing and separating a track’s instruments, you can open it quickly without having to re-analyse it.

New Song Tab When you select the New Song Tab, several different locations where you can browse and import music will be presented to you. This includes content from cloud services or publicly accessible URLs, the iTunes store, iCloud, your device’s local tracks, and more .MP3, WAV, FLAC, M4A, MP4, MOV, and WMA are among the supported formats.

You will have the option to choose how you want your tracks to be separated after selecting a song. The “2 Track Separation” option separates the vocals and instrumental parts of a song, while the “4 Track Separation” option separates the vocals, drums, bass, and other parts of a song. A song can be split into five tracks for premium users. Your track will begin processing once you select a separation set. You will be notified when it is finished, which may take a few minutes.
Sound Division Window

When your track has been handled, you will want to see every one of the isolated instruments and change their volume live during playback. To download each separate track or save the entire track with new volume adjustments, click the export button. By selecting the download icon from the three dots that are located next to one of the tracks, you can export an individual instrument layer.

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