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audio edit: how to seperate vocals from music?
i have a lot of hip hop and some electronic shit, its all good, but for my video purposes the vocals are either distracting or completely unrelated. is there any way to seperate the vocals from the beats or music? is it gonna cost me a few figures?
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There is a program that does this, I forget what it's called, ask lineskiboard360, he might know.
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ive wondered the same thing for quite a while... so i guess im no help...
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ive been pondering this here question since 2004 and i just dont know. any one else know??...bump???
not possible unless you have the instrumental version as well
you can look up acapellas to your favourite tracks though
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As if, anyways I found: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Audio/Other-AUDIO-Tools/MMshall-Video-Audio-Separator.shtml
It looks pretty legit, unfortunately there is a trial on it. So you might have to pay for it. Although generally when it comes to this sort of stuff, the payment ones are better.
Let me know if it works.
You can't really separate the two.
It's easier to just take away the vocals but you can't really just take the vocals and separate em'.
A lot of the frequencies cross each other in terms of background vs. vocal.
I agree, however there are programs out that do attempt to separate them.
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