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Already one of the most popular iOS and Android music-making apps on the market, the Koala Sampler has just learned a new skill - the Split Stems feature means that you can now separate the constituent parts of a mixed audio file.
This super-simple tool enables you to break a track into four parts: drums, bass, vocals and other elements. You can also use it to remove one or more elements and merge what remains back into a single file (useful if you just want to get rid of a vocal or drums, for example).
Away from this new feature, Koala Sampler’s super-fast workflow remains intact. As before, you can record or import up to 64 samples and use them to make a beat. Effects and resampling are also included, and you can export your work as an Ableton Live Set.
Koala Sampler is available on the Apple App Store ($4.99/£4.49) and Google Play Store ($4.99/£3.99). You add more features by upgrading to the Samurai edition.