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Discussion in 'Musicians Corner' started by Ultimate_Symphony, Apr 23, 2004.

  1. Ultimate_Symphony

    Ultimate_Symphony Rusted Angel

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    Anyone knows if there is a pogram that I can use to remove the vocals of songs?
     
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    v01c354nd51gn5 Awakenings

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    actually there most likely are, i just dont know of any.
     
  3. Mr. Shred-ididle

    Mr. Shred-ididle Its Chinese-Tilt ya' head

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    If you find Midi files and have some program like Logic or Cubase or something, you will probably be able to.
     
  4. Zax666

    Zax666 The Prince Of Ice. Almost

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    I've seen some, most of them are based on removing the common between the two channels. Vocals are generally mixed full on both channels so it works, but quite frankly it starts sounding like utter crap BEFORE you could get rid of the vocals.

    They're useful for LOWERING the vocals', though it depends on the recording.
     

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