removing lyrics

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by stuart tyrer, Oct 9, 2006.

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    stuart tyrer Guest

    is there a program that can remove lyrics from audio tracks so the can be
    used as a bed
     
    stuart tyrer, Oct 9, 2006
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    Rob Guest

    You could probably do that in Adobe Audition 2.0 (with a LOT of hard
    work.)
     
    Rob, Oct 10, 2006
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    Netmask Guest

    As long as the original track is stereo AND the vocal is placed centre you
    can get about 95 to 98% out. Depends a lot on how it was mixed. Adobe
    Audition 2 or indeed the old CoolEditPro has a specific filter built in to
    do it. It is called vocal cut and is located in Menu item Effects -
    Amplitude - Channel Mixer - Vocal Cut. Many producers deliberately
    introduce phase shift to the vocal track to prevent this, typically the tech
    specs would be Left + Centre (-45 degrees) and Right + Centre (+45 degrees)
    and then reverb is added with a degree of random phase modulation.

    If it's a vanilla mixed track you will be left with a L-R mono track without
    vocal.
    It's not at all hard to do just a bit fiddly balancing the levels if
    necessary
     
    Netmask, Oct 12, 2006
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    Rob Guest

    Depends on how much training/time spent sudying manual and help
    you've had - Adobe apps and terminology are not intuitive (at least not
    to me) compared to the hundreds of other Windows/Mac apps I have
    to use from time to time. And I've used Premiere (on PC) from V1! ;)
     
    Rob, Oct 12, 2006
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    stuart tyrer Guest

    thanks for that i will give it a go
     
    stuart tyrer, Oct 12, 2006
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    Netmask Guest

    Adobe Audition is identical in layout and menu's as CoolEditPro it's no
    more complex to use than say WORD.
    If you have used Premiere then CoolEditPro is a mere bagatelle!
     
    Netmask, Oct 13, 2006
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    Rob Guest

    I know what you're saying and agree to a large extent. It just me,
    really - I find Adobe's terminology doesn't fit well with mine! :)
    I'm about to upgrade to the integrated Production Studio after
    seeing the 'bridge' demo'd on a laptop (was a bit surprised it
    ran so well on that, tbh) I'm looking forward to the new features,
    but with some trepidation..
     
    Rob, Oct 13, 2006
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