Music makers, brace yourselves! There's a new tech maestro in town, and it's here to elevate your audio experience. Tape It, an innovative startup, is on a mission to reshape the audio recording arena, introducing a cutting-edge AI-driven noise reduction system for holistic audio, not just speech.
Following the discontinuation of Apple's beloved Music Memos app, Tape It took the mantle, but with an AI twist. Founded by musically inclined innovators, Thomas Walther and Jan Nash, Tape It was a passion project. This duo dreamt of an app as user-friendly as Apple’s Music Memos but supercharged via artificial intelligence. Their vision bore fruit; the app could identify instruments and annotate recordings with vibrant visuals for ease of access.
Fast forward to today, and Tape It has proudly unveiled its AI-powered denoiser - a solution two years in the making. For musicians, background noise has forever been the nemesis. Enter Tape It's AI software, which deftly erases pesky audio interferences like hums, aiming to mirror the pristine sound of professional studios.
Walther draws parallels with pro denoising tools, "What we developed is akin to the denoising software professionals have used for the last 15 years." This claim isn't mere speculation. To back their tech, Tape It has undertaken an academic study, contrasting their software with top-tier denoisers.
The magic? While many advanced speech enhancement systems falter with musical signals, Tape It’s breakthrough lies in coupling a neural network with a noise reduction algorithm. The result? Automated, crystal-clear audio for diverse signals, particularly music.
Interestingly, Tape It isn't the lone pioneer. The AI spectrum sees others, like Podcastle, deploying AI to enhance audio quality. Yet, Tape It's vision, coupled with its team's diverse skills and relentless passion, sets it apart.
As the AI landscape evolves at breakneck speed, Tape It contemplates welcoming investors to fuel its vision. With their dedication to refining the audio experience, the future of music-making looks brighter and clearer than ever.