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In this Audacity tutorial you will learn how to remove vocals.
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How to Remove Vocals in Audacity
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Hey everyone and welcome to another video tutorial from Robert’s Productions. Today I'm going to be showing you how to remove the vocals from my sound track in audacity. Some people call it different names and I understand I'm going to call it audacity. Do you call it audacity? So anyway, let’s get started.
The first thing I'm going to do is obviously I'm going to go to file and open up a song here. The song anytime soon I’m opening up the network hard drive. Sometimes it takes too long to load and then I got to find my music and they’re really prepared for my tutorial I just kind of boom! Make one you know, it just comes on, just like a light bulb clicks on. I'm going to make one so anyway here we go, enough for that crap.
So I can't find my music so maybe that will work. I will go to three rows down, “It’s not my Time.” Imports that and then you get all these lines. What are these lines? They’re called wave forms and that’s the way the music like is. It’s kind of hard to explain but I'm sure if you’ve been using audacity for a while you probably know what they are.
So anyway, the first set that we’re going to do into removing the vocals is we’re going to go over here to this dropdown arrow and if you notice this whole thing is like one stereo track, one sound track. So we’re going to come over here this down arrow. We want to split that stereo track so we’re going to come down here and hit Split Stereo Track and now you and see we have two different stereo tracks. We have different settings. I can monitor change only the right side or the left side.
And now what we want to do is for this bottom stereo track on the right side, we want to click around and between the mute and the solo button or anywhere on the grey area. And that should select our whole right button stereo track and it should be little bit grayed out and that means that is selected. So then we’re going to go up here and we’re going to go to Effect, Invert and it will say invert and the wave form might change up a little. That’s all right. And now we’re going to come over here this right side sound track. We’re still on this right side. We are going to click on the arrow and we are going to change the sounds to mono, whatever you call it and the top stereo track left to mono as well.
So I'm going to come over here to run the middle of the song and I'm not to sure if you’re going to be able to hear it because I got the recording on the C01 new and I don’t think it records the stereo sound from the computer. So you’ll just be able to hear what comes from my speakers and you should be able to tell out if that I should be able to hear the singing. So here it goes solo with just the singing and the music the regular song.
Okay, now that’s the regular song, nothing were added till version or nothing and now we’re going to bring in everything that we did and there should not be any vocals or at least it shouldn’t sound like there is any vocals in it like it sometimes it doesn’t work out too good on a few songs and you might still be able to hear the voice singing but it’s not as loud and it’s okay. But anyway for three rows down “It’s not my Time,” it works out pretty cool and we really do take away the singing so let me play it.
And as you can see you don’t hear no singing so that’s pretty cool if you like to sing along. If you are a little karaoke person and you like kind of a sing along with your music, try to see if you can take out the vocals and record yourself singing and make your own little CD, your own little creation. You can make your little CD and start selling it $5.00 each, maybe a quarter or a dime each. That’s so much should be worth like a penny.
Anyway, I hope this tutorial helped kind of move away from Photoshop, didn’t I? You got to request some more tutorials. You want to learn Photoshop, go in there and send me a message with the YouTube messaging system and that’s the only way I’ll be able to make tutorials otherwise I have to think on my own of what to make and that takes a while. So anyway, I hope this helps. If you’re in YouTube please rate, comment and subscribe. Thank you for watching and until next time, take care.