#1
Is it possible to remove vocals from a track? If so, how would I go about doing it?

Thanks in advance
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#2
Nope.
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#3
Damn, oh well, no matter.
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#4
Not unless you put the tract together. If you just got it from a CD or something, than no
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#5
Through some equalizing it can be reduced greatly, AFAIK (most of the stuff you need is pretty expensive though), but not totally removed.

What is it you had in mind?
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#6
if theres two recordings to the track yes. just delete a line but no if theres only one
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Through some equalizing it can be reduced greatly, AFAIK (most of the stuff you need is pretty expensive though), but not totally removed.

What is it you had in mind?

Just to remove the vocals then sing the parts myself, just to do it for fun.
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Ah, that helped loads, thanks for that.


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#13
Now that that's solved, is their a way to remove drums?
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#14
Dunno with drums :S could you EQ it out?
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