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Ready to have your mind blown? See how easy it is to create remixes of music files using Adobe Sensei’s machine learning. You can take a song that has a longer duration than needed for your Premiere Pro project, and using Dynamic Link, send your entire sequence to Audition to create a shorter version, as well as emphasizing different musical elements in the original mix to create something unique, simply, in a highly customizable way.







Some additional details from the Adobe Audition user guide for Remix:


Remix uses a combination of beat detection, content analysis, and spectral source separation technology, to identify hundreds of transition points in your song. It then rearranges the passages to create a composition.

You can use this option for songs that change from beginning to end, and minimize abrupt changes in a song's dynamics or tempo. You can recompose any piece of music in your collection to fit the video or project duration.


Expand the Advanced section in the Properties panel to adjust the remix. The available options are:

Stretch to exact duration: This option enables time-stretch on the remixed clip and adjusts it so that it precisely matches the target duration.

Edit Length:
Short: Short results in shorter segments, but in more transitions. This option is suited for songs that changes from beginning to end to minimize abrupt changes in dynamics or tempo.
Long: Long looks for the longest passages and smallest number of segments to minimize transitions.


Features:
Timbre: Timbre emphasizes tonal qualities in identifying transition points.
Harmonic: Harmonic emphasizes melodic and harmonic components in transition points.


Minimum Loop: Set the minimum acceptable length, in beats, to use in a segment.

Maximum Slack: Set the maximum difference in duration from your target duration.




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