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    Posted: 04 August 2004 at 1:47am
it would be really bad qaulity
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your best ebt would be to reporduce the song. FruityLoops, seems to be the easiest composer program I've used.
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Wanna try your hand at singing, do you?
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Originally posted by 5ptcontingency 5ptcontingency wrote:

Removing vocals depends entirely on how the song was mixed. It's
usually pretty hard to remove the entire vocals without some trace of
them being left behind. Cutting out too much can detract from other
instruments.

I really don't know if there is a program that will effectively remove
vocals. It can be done fairly effectively with something like CoolEdit,
but you have to know a little bit of what your doing.



Thats kind awhat I figured, ending up with traces left over or parts missing would be unacceptable for me.

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Removing vocals depends entirely on how the song was mixed. It's usually pretty hard to remove the entire vocals without some trace of them being left behind. Cutting out too much can detract from other instruments.

I really don't know if there is a program that will effectively remove vocals. It can be done fairly effectively with something like CoolEdit, but you have to know a little bit of what your doing.


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Is such a thing even possible?
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Does any one know a good program the you can turn a song into an instrumental song with like a devocalising program? If so please let me know thanks.

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