Any song’s instruments can be isolated and removed with the help of the iOS app Moises. It uses artificial intelligence to divide a single song into multiple tracks. This award-winning app is the best tool for musicians who want to create backing tracks, remixes, and mashups or live to perform alongside their favourite songs.

After seeing hundreds of 5-star reviews and more than 9 million downloads, I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. From Live Aspects, I’m Ben. I’ll tell you everything you need to know about Moises and help you decide if it’s right for you in this review.

Initial impressions revealed that Moises was simple to set up and used less than 80 MB of storage space on my iPhone.Understanding the Moises application’s format and its elements didn’t take long by any stretch of the imagination. After importing my first track, the separation quality impressed me greatly. In just a few minutes, the Moises AI generated an instrumental and an acapella that I knew I could use in a remix, cover, mashup, or karaoke backing track.[the_ad id=”101″]

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I kept using various separation methods to import songs and kept getting separated tracks of high quality. Pitch Changer and Smart Metronome were highly effective instruments that provided each piece with a new perspective. I was excited to hear some songs that didn’t use any particular instruments and to see how I could use the different parts of a song in different situations.

Look & Feel Moises’ minimalist design and striking black-and-blue colour scheme make it more inviting and enhance the user experience. The application’s large buttons and intelligent icons make it simple to use. The app’s user interface is simple, well-organized, and creatively designed.

| Ease of Use and Navigation The Moises app was created to maximize creativity and make it easier to separate audio. It was cleverly designed to help you get results quickly. On the home tab, there is a huge blue “+” button that lets you quickly import a track. Unlike other music apps, Moises doesn’t pester you with ads or requests to upgrade to premium. The Moises application is straightforward, efficient, and user-friendly.

Overview of the App Library The Library contains all tracks that have been analyzed in the past. You don’t have to re-analyze a track after importing and separating its instruments. You can open it quickly.[the_ad id=”101″]

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New Song Tab When you select the New Song Tab, you will be taken to several different places where you can browse and import music. Content from cloud services or publicly accessible URLs, the iTunes store, iCloud, your device’s local tracks, and more are all included. Supported formats include MP3, WAV, FLAC, M4A, MP4, MOV, and WMA.

After selecting a song, you will have the option of how you want your tracks to be separated. The vocals and instrumental parts of a song can be separated using the “2 Track Separation” option, while the vocals, drums, bass, and other parts of a song can be separated using the “4 Track Separation” option. For premium users, a song can be divided into five tracks. After selecting a separation set, processing on your track will begin. When it’s finished, which might take a few minutes, you’ll be notified. [the_ad id=”101″]

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Sound Division Window Once your track has been handled, you’ll want to be able to see and adjust the volume of each isolated instrument live during playback. Click the export button to download each track or save the entire track with new volume adjustments. You can export a single instrument layer by selecting the download icon from the three dots next to one of the tracks.

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