I’m just playing around with the Layers Features to learn more about them. I did an Unmix Components on some audio and noticed that in the resulting Noise Layer there are still some Tonal/Transient sounds. So I selected that Noise Layer and ran an Unmix Components on that. Together all the resulting layers still seem to produce a non-destructive version of the original audio, and it also seems as if my New Noise Layer, that was produced from the Unmix Components on the Initial Noise Layer, has less Tonal/Transient sounds than in the Original Noise Layer. So by merging the First and Second Tonal Layers and the First and Second Transient Layers, I’m getting better sound splitting than on my first pass through the audio.
I was just wondering if that makes sense based on how the software and AI is processing the audio?