#1
i was wondering if there was a program out there taht could take the vocals off of songs because i like the guitar parts to a lot of death metal but i dont like the screaming so any help would be appreciated
thanks
ben
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#3
Find the master tracks.
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#4
just listen to it for a while and you will start to like it, its an aquired taste.


Also, dont be a pussy.
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#5
Download Transcribe, it can lower the vocals and sometimes get rid of them all together depending on the panning. It's mainly for tabbing though.
#6
haha alright then i guess ill just ahve to deal with it eh? thanks anyways
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#7
I'll finally be able to enjoy Dream Theater's music if programs like that exist.

Oh wait, we have Liquid Tension Experiment. Never mind.
#8
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I'll finally be able to enjoy Dream Theater's music if programs like that exist.

Oh wait, we have Liquid Tension Experiment. Never mind.



Hey DT are good!"
#9
buy pro tools, and then convince the band to give you the masters of the song.
#11
ive always kinda appreciated death metal vocals... i got the new white chapel album and love it
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#13
There is a program called GoldWave that can reduce the vocals. Obviously it's not accurate because he can not know if a sound is a guitar or a voice or anything. It can 90% remove the vocals, but it will remove other frequencies too. Result will not be accurate.
#14
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I'll finally be able to enjoy Dream Theater's music if programs like that exist.

Oh wait, we have Liquid Tension Experiment. Never mind.

Yeah, I always skipped the song when he starts singing, it's really anonying!
#16
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There is a program called GoldWave that can reduce the vocals. Obviously it's not accurate because he can not know if a sound is a guitar or a voice or anything. It can 90% remove the vocals, but it will remove other frequencies too. Result will not be accurate.



Yeah that's the easiest/quickest way to do it, because there is literally a "Vocal Remover" option in the menu. But like you said -- say goodbye to some of the other layers of the song as well
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#17
Just listen to it and you will start to like it. There is no program to magically un-mix songs.

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Oh wait, we have Liquid Tension Experiment. Never mind.

What's wrong With James LaBrie? I like his voice.


Why are you people so damn picky about vocals?
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#18
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Hey DT are good!"


Yeah Rick Allen, Dream Theater are pretty good Rick Allen. But James Labrie's voice is annoying and he's not cool like you Rick Allen. Ahhhh, that's a band that doesn't need vocals taken off, DEF LEPPARD! Ain't that right Rick Allen?


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#19
The new beta Audacity has a vocal remover, which removes any centre-panned audio. Obviously it makes the sound quality of everything else shit, but you'll live.
#20
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What's wrong With James LaBrie? I like his voice.

I actually like his voice on the most recent albums, but I can't stand his voice from Awake and such.
#21
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Yeah Rick Allen, Dream Theater are pretty good Rick Allen. But James Labrie's voice is annoying and he's not cool like you Rick Allen. Ahhhh, that's a band that doesn't need vocals taken off, DEF LEPPARD! Ain't that right Rick Allen?

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#22
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Haha whenever I see you in the forums I just can't resist!...Rick...

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#23
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I actually like his voice on the most recent albums, but I can't stand his voice from Awake and such.


i liked it alot on six degrees of inner turbulence.
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