I get it people. But why use STEM? when TRACK is more commonly used in the industry. 'STEM' led me to believe there was so more to it then it actually is. So, no problem.
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This might give you some insight:
I would definitely not use "stem" and "master track" interchangeably (if we're voting)
guy. Thank you for Mac RBN tools, hmx!
From talking to our audio department, plus label representatives via MTV, pretty much everyone knows what stems are. Just so you don't think it's a Harmonix only thing.