Moises App – AI App for Instrument Separation on Recordings.

I subscribe to Rob Brown’s drum channel on YouTube. I like his content alot and I think he’s a great drumset teacher. A couple of days ago, I received a notification from my YouTube app that Rob put out a video regarding the topic of this post. I link the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkV-AFRnNTo.

Being highly impressed after watching the video, I decided to investigate the app. The basic version which I downloaded (available on both Apple and Android platforms) is free and it freaking blew my mind with what it does. I include two screenshots from my Moises app:

I copied the URL link to a YouTube upload of a Weather Report tune, Palladium (Heavy Weather, 1977). Once I pasted the URL link into the Moises app, it worked it’s AI magic in a couple of minutes long enough for me to make a chicken sandwich and coffee. You see the evidence in the two screenshots. That is just the basic version and it slays already. The premium version, as Rob demonstrated it, is quite a miracle, if I may put it that way. Watch his video for the full demonstration and an explanation of what you get in the basic and premium versions.

This is a game changer! I remember the time when I longed for a device that allowed me to isolate drums or other specific instruments, preferably with a variable speed setting, to allow me to study what’s going on in that particular instrumental part. Now, I got my wish! I cannot recommend the Moises app highly enough. The app developers started something that will get better and better down the road. I am so grateful for what they’ve done for the music community.

We are truly in the golden age of being a music student, a music teacher, a practising musician.

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