One of deep techno’s favorite duo is back for more! That’s right. Mathame’s latest work is here. And this is certainly an exciting project. The Italian duo has released, for the first time, their very own mix through Apple Music. Working together with one of Apple’s latest products, the M1 processor the duo aims to start a new chapter in their story.

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 “The beauty of this technique is that is not perfect, the little mistakes and sonic artifacts shade it with unprecedented feelings, working it was more human than the classic way of mixing tracks. This sounds like a lo-fi cyborg mix, maybe the future of dance mixtapes,”

Mathame Meets A.I.

Those are Mathame’s own words. And that’s exactly what M1 Processor is supposed to do. A.I. neural mix technology. Yeah. It’s here. It’s something crazy. Now, let’s focus on Mathame. The duo continues rising to new stages. To form part of such an important moment is no small feature. Through this special Apple DJ Mix series, Mathame proves they’re eager to build bridges between genres, musical styles, and worlds. After the release of the first “Old Neural Mixtape Vol.1” in March 2021, Mathame will continue this series in collaboration with Apple Music by delivering different types of mixtapes that will continue to explore their skills alongside Apple’s latest project.

 This new A.I. technology allows artists to separate tracks into harmonics, vocals, and beats then rebuild new versions on the fly. It was first trialed by Mathame in their globally acclaimed 2020 BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, which ended with an upcoming Mathame remix from one of the most talented pianists in Europe, namely Max Richter’s Declaration of Human Rights. 

Stream Mathame’s “Old Neural Mixtape Vol.1” out now on Apple Music and discover this brand new project which may become a new world inside dance mucis industry!

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