#1
Is there such a software that can strip the vocals, guitars, or drums of a certain song ??...If such a software exists, what is it ??
#2
As far as I'm aware, there wasn't one until just recently, one has been developed. But I'm not sure what it's called.
#5
no especially for drums cuz they have such a wide variaty of sounds. but vocals can be done.
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There was a thread about this on Wednesday.



with the EXACT same answers. deja vu much?
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#8
I saw a tut on google where some guy removed vocals from a song in audacity- just type audacty tutorials n click search
#9
Yeah man, this question is asked like 4 times a week.
Someone should stickey a thread on it.
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#10
^ Yeah but it doesn't work for every song and plus sometimes it removes the drum parts too


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#13
I could never get a satisfiying result with anything but pop songs :p
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#14
Quote by Deliriumbassist
There's no real way to do it unless you have the individual tracks. Sure, some things will help cut out things drastically, but not completely.


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#15
Get the instrumental of a song and lay it down under the original track. Invert either of them.

That's how I learned to do it....never got it to work though...
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