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Podcast #361 – Livestream Sales, Native Instruments/iZotope Merger, and Audionamix Ellie McNeil
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- Last year’s livestreaming sales numbers were surprising
- Native Instruments and iZotope merge
- Audionamix general manager Ellie McNeil
Ellie McNeil is the general manager of the audio software company Audionamix, a company that uses advanced signal processing and artificial intelligence technology to extract specific elements from an audio file, including speech, vocals, drums and bass. Their top-of-the-line audio separation tech is reserved for major film studios, television networks, and music labels via theirÂ newÂ Audionamix Professional Services division.
Ellieâs background includes working as working as an engineer, product manager, and an instructor at Musicians Institute in Hollywood.
During the interview we spoke about how the Audionamix algorithm works, the legal ramifications of part extraction, some overlooked applications for the software, why so much cutting edge audio technology comes from Paris, and much more.
On the intro Iâll take a look at last yearâs livestream revenue numbers and the Native Instruments/iZotope merger.