How to remove talking from an audio track?
Question: Ok, so there's this clip, and it has music in it. But in a part of it it has people talking, but the music is still in the background. What software can I download for free online that can remove the talking and amplify the music? Thanks.
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IF the track is in stereo and IF the talking is exactly in the center of the mix you MAY be able to reduce it with a vocal removal technique.. Notice I said "if" and "may be able" Try the vocal removal function in Audacity - it's free so worth a try. Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ Lame if needed to encode to mp3: http://lame.sourceforge.net/ How to install Lame: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/help/faq... Basic tutorials: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/manual-1.2/tutorials.html http://www.recipester.org/Software/Audacity Your clip must be in wav, mp3, Ogg or aiff format to use in the program. Vocal removal method: This is possible only for certain stereo tracks. When the vocals are exactly the same on both stereo channels, you can remove them by “subtracting” one channel from the other. This works for many studio recordings, where the vocal track is mixed exactly in the center. Be aware that bass and drums are usually panned to the center and can be removed or reduced also. Depending on how the track was mixed the vocal may only be reduced, not fully removed. To do this in Audacity 1.2: 1. Import your stereo file into Audacity. 2. Open the track menu (click the arrow next to the track title), and choose “Split Stereo Track.” 3. Select the lower track (the right channel) by clicking it in the area around the mute/solo buttons. 4. Choose “Invert” from the Effects menu. 5. Using the track menus, change each track to “Mono.” Press the Play button to hear the results. If you are lucky, the voice will be gone but most of the other instruments will be unaffected, just like a karaoke track. You can use the Export commands in the File menu to save the results. Audacity 1.3.12: Has a vocal remover built in. Just select the whole track then vocal remover from the effect menu. If the removal / reduction is successful enough the track volume can be amplified. Select whole track. Go to Effect / Amplify / tick "Don't allow clipping" box then adjust the amount to boost with the slider.
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You can do it on windows move maker which is free :) - Go onto Windows Movie Maker - Import your video - Put it onto the timeline - Then where it says audio/music or something like that, click the little plus button and select the audio and delete it.. - Publish your video - Wallaaaa should work.. Hope this Helps :)
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Hello. There are programs that get make it softer, or harder to hear, but if the audio of the talking and the music are already mashed together into ONE audio file, it is impossible to separate the two.Try making/getting another copy of that song.
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