What Do The Settings / Buttons Do On Stemify?

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Stemify has a wide variety of settings to help you customize your output.


On the left hand side of the Stemify preview page, you'll see each stem listed, with independent controls to solo / mute or change the volume of that particular stem:


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Pressing the "S," icon will Solo that particular stem and any other stems with the solo button enabled. This will mute all stems that are not Solo'd, making it useful to be able to listen to drums or vocals only for example.


The "M" button stands for mute and will mute the associated Stem. Clicking the button again will unmute the stem.


In the below example, the drum and bass stems are muted, meaning they will be inaudible when the entire session is being listened to:


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The overall pitch of the song can be controlled on the bottom left via the Pitch button. Negative values mean the pitch has been lowered by the number of semitones shown, while higher values mean the pitch has been shifted up. 


In the below example the entire song has been pitched down 2 semitones:


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You can also loop sections of audio to repeatedly listen to a certain part of the file by clicking the "Start Loop," button during playback:


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Once clicked a light blue gradient will appear on the preview page indicating a loop has been started. Clicking the button again will end the loop:


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Simply click the loop button one more time to remove the loop entirely. 


Playback and pause can also be done by hitting the spacebar on your keyboard.


The export button allows you to select the stems you wish to download:


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From here any stem that is checked will be downloaded. Keep in mind some browsers require approval to allow multiple downloads at once, so be sure to give eMastered permission to do so if you plan to download multiple stems at once. 

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