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Audio : music and word a part ?

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by commandos, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. #1
    is this possible ?

    anyone know a software for this ?

    if you have a music file , can you separate words from music ?
    SEMrush
    any info appreciated


    (i dont know if such thing exist)
     
    commandos, Mar 10, 2007 IP
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    commandos Notable Member

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    Found this ..

     
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    you can also do it through frequency of sound - you just pull out the freq. of the artists voice. Not sure how, but I've done it before.
     
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    i tried to mess with cool edit , but it dident work
     
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    get a mixer program, like audacity....I use it for my mobile recording studio....the free one won't do it, but as far as I know the pay version will....basically you have to import the song into a mixer that can pull out the different channels...then you can pull words, riffs, drums, whatever. Also, get a mac computer if you are wanting to do this type of stuff...
     
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    Thank's , will try it ;)

    but i only see free version , is there another site for the paid version ?
     
    commandos, Mar 15, 2007 IP
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    This will not work, as the voice is in the same frequencies as many other instruments. You have to do it by phase.
     
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    I think its audacityteam.org....don't quote me on that though..
     
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