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Kanye West Stem Player Features, Specs & Support



Kanye West Stem Player

According to Kanye West, Donda 2 will only be available on the Stem Player. What are the features, specs, and support of the Stem Player?

Kanye, 44, said that his new album would not be available on “Apple, Amazon, Spotify, or YouTube” because he believes that today’s music artists “get just 12% of the money the industry makes. 

“It’s time to free music from this oppressive system. It’s time to take control and build our own. Go to now to order.” He said.

Stem Player

According to The Verge, The Stem Player is a collaboration between Yeezy Tech and Kano, an electronics business.

It’s a little tan puck computer designed specifically for music remixing. The vocals, percussion, bass, and samples are all controlled by four touch-sensitive “light sliders” on the front of the Stem Player.

On the device, you can customize and split any song. It also has an easy upload feature. You may use the buttons to play, stop, and skip tracks. You may even record your remix, complete with all of the effects and adjustments.

Kanye West Stem Player Features

The player has several features such as;

  • Easy control of drums, vocals and samples
  • You can Update content
  • You can save, playback and download mixes
  • You can add effects easily
  • It has 4 channel for easy audio mixing
  • Easy speed control and real time loop
  • Very portable and easy to use

Kanye West Stem Player Specs

  • It has the bluetooth feature
  • Soft Skin
  • 4 touch sensitive light sliders
  • 97db Speaker
  • 3.5mm Jack
  • USB-C power and data
  • Aanti-Static Coating
  • 8GB Storage

Stem Player Support

Its supports .AIFF .AIF .FLAC .M4A .MP3 .WAV .WAVE .AAC .ALAC .MP4

Can you add music to Kanye West Stem Player?

Yes. You must go to the official website to add music to your STEM Player. Connect your Stem Player to your computer, then choose UPLOAD to upload your music.

You may add and remove tracks after you’ve linked your device.

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