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Thread: Removing beat from a song and having only the vocals!!!

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    Hey am trying to find out a good program that can remove the beat from a song and leaving me with the vocals am trying to do this so i can use it and sample a beat to create my own using reason 3,0 any one with knowledge of a good programs that can do this Pm me please Thx
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    You can try what the user below suggests and see if it works for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by pierlu001
    open original file (A) in a DAW (i.e. soundforge)
    select only one channel (left or right) and invert the phase of it
    bounce the whole file to a mono track: the left and right track will sum. one will be inverted in phase so resulting in phase cancellation so that now you have a mono file which contains informations on what is on the left and right channel with no trace of what's on both (B).
    Bounce the original file to a mono track (C).
    You can now sum C and B to eliminate what's on the left and right channel and leave only what's on the middle (hopefully only voice).
    may not be as easy as i explained tho, it's been ages since i used this tecnique (like 8 years)
    Source-> http://www.em411.com/forum/5727/0//R...xtraction.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKre8ive1 View Post
    You can try what the user below suggests and see if it works for you.

    Quote Originally Posted by pierlu001
    open original file (A) in a DAW (i.e. soundforge)
    select only one channel (left or right) and invert the phase of it
    bounce the whole file to a mono track: the left and right track will sum. one will be inverted in phase so resulting in phase cancellation so that now you have a mono file which contains informations on what is on the left and right channel with no trace of what's on both (B).
    Bounce the original file to a mono track (C).
    You can now sum C and B to eliminate what's on the left and right channel and leave only what's on the middle (hopefully only voice).
    may not be as easy as i explained tho, it's been ages since i used this tecnique (like 8 years)
    Source-> http://www.em411.com/forum/5727/0//R...xtraction.html
    nice tip

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