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Two Words... Melodyne Editor... three more words... Direct Note Access... This is not an easy process, and nowhere near as easy as Celemony makes it seem. You actually have to know quite a bit about how vocals are laid down on a track, especially if there are instruments crashing through the vocals all the time which, surprise, there always are.http://helpcenter.celemony.com/editor2/en/singletrack_tutorial_demixvocals.htmlYou can do amazing things with each note, though... I'd start with practicing notes from a single guitar chord, and see how easy it is to remove one not from the chord... A voice is just a spectrum of notes that all kind of bleed together... it gets even worse when reverb and echo are involved. It is possible to squash out reverb and echo to the point where they're unnoticeable though. It's probably a good idea to brush up on Audio Engineering theory before attempting something like this. It takes years to get good at it.Nothing's ever going to be perfect, but being able to patch up artifacts left behind by your original vocal removal is pretty paramount to getting a decent sound.Specifically, when dealing with vocals, it help to know vocal ranges in Hz. 85 - 155 for male vocals, 165 - 255Hz female, and 250 - 300+ for typical children.Bottom line... there is no easy way.
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I can still hear the lyrics... :( - KrishnaN17
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My recording came out sounding swishy, like going through a phase shifter and in some spots like it was recorded underwater. Is there a way to clean that up?
Looks like it did not work on my song.. I will try on another one.. Is there anyway to know if it will work on a song or not. Thanks
Great help! Thanks
If all of the options are greyed out, make sure that you have hit the space bar or "Stop" button, they will not be available if you have not fully stopped the song.
Why completely not convert to Koroake? very tiny voice can be hear still
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You can't edit the song while playing it. You have to stop/pause the song
I'm sorry I go on, but people may understand if I also explain I have an autism spectrum disorder. I think this itself causes me to concentrate on details of songs and alterations, however minor, indeed the minor things stand out even more and the major thing stand out anyway, part of the 'problem' is that in a public place environment (where I heard numerous so-called 'clean' songs that each caused me a serious reaction) I take in so much more information than the average person and don't shut out some of it.Anyway, I came back to post that it's also because the soundtrack of altered versions is trying to "hide" the language, the hidden nature to them, when it truly isn't hidden since I know what they mean or get some meaning from them whatever that meaning is, makes the material more uncomfortable (when heard with other people - or in fact - it's worse - the 'clean' version is not merely heard but is *listened to* as it causes me to focus and concentrate on it rather than just hearing it as the original). It's because it's disguised (but truly doesn't disguise anything) that makes me uncomfortable with it and that is part of the offence, as well as its drawing attention. I'm also unhappy with 'having possession of' the word (having the word in my mind) when it wasn't actually said - the 'silent' communication, which isn't as my mind isn't silent, is more uncomfortable, it's got that hidden secretive nature that I imagine the word is in the head of the people around me and I'm uncomfortable that they might be thinking it and that they might know what the material means in my presence when they are strangers in a public place and I'm unhappy about the manner in which the word was communicated - it's not merely about what is said, but the way it which it is said or conveyed or communicated, the snide communication sometimes (snide="offensive in an indirect way") - it's just such an issue and bugbear for me - instead of the word just being said and out in the open and clearing the air, they just make me more bothered by their hidden nature which isn't and by the language lingering in my mind afterwards (sometimes for hours afterwards), pointed out and like being in the air like a bad smell, rather than just saying it, getting it over with, quickly burying it and drawing no attention to it.
Years after having problems with supposed "clean" versions, which still persist in the form of PTSD now, I don't think this ever works and it never creates an acceptable song in any places in which the original would have been really offensive. It is impossible to alter the sound of an original soundtrack and create something that does not suggest or bring to mind the original words or worse instead in their place. It does not remove inappropriate lyrics as the lyrics remain inappropriate even in their technically partial form. The short space of silence, or whatever, between words carry a meaning and are still inappropriate in all places in which the original word would have been. They clearly are inappropriate if they cause me a physical reaction or make me uncomfortable as they did. Anyway, I don't see that there is a need to remove so-called 'bad' words in places in which those words are not offensive or unsuitable for the people present and therefore you don't need to "fix" the song. The song is already "fixed" in its original form. In places in which the words would be offensive - or cause me such a reaction - the song should not be played in any version at all as any digital altering to the original soundtrack does not work.I don't know what is meant by needing to remove words in order to "censor it". Inoffensive words, such as "weed" and "gun", are indeed removed by this method and replaced by the implication of a swearword in their place, whichever is the most offensive word possible in the context of the surrounding material. This caused me misunderstanding and offence. I was unaware that it was the innocent words being censored and did not find this out until too late. Anyway, the blank space is now so associated with swearing that I wouldn't even want it even in places where I know the original non-swearword as it always brings something worse to mind and itself causes me upset and/or the PTSD reaction. Whereas words that really are swearing are never removed by this method - it is never possible to remove one particular word even by replacing all of its letters with four dashes and, really, the method does not "censor" the word at all or amount to censorship since the altered material still communicates it.It censors the original sound or the way in which it was originally said, but the issue is not the sound: it is the meaning. The meaning is never censored by this. And, in some cases, where the word was originally said in a "cheeky" way, as I later discovered it was in the original version of one song, that was removed by the censorship but the meaning was retained, now not in a cheeky or funny way, and it made the song offensive, albeit that the original probably would not have been cheeky, or funny, in the place where I heard the altered version of it anyway - and that itself was worse.I find the altered versions, created by methods such as this, make such an issue about their own language for me, they draw attention to it, they make clear their own offensive nature, they tell everyone around me even more widely about the words (which I find deeply problematic) - they place the language deeply in my mind as opposed to merely being on a soundtrack speaker somewhat away from me, they have me mulling over and ruminating about the words and getting upset by doing so, and I find them even more bothersome than the unaltered originals that have yet to be played in a place in which they've caused me any offence.After all this and all the attention drawing they've done, I'd rather have the original unaltered versions. They would, I now feel, be just like a film in the cinema and not offensive. I feel I could just ignore the language that way. It's the replacement material that is edited into these altered songs that I find offensive and carries a meaning for me. And, if unaltered use is like touching me whereas going as close as you possibly can to saying the word without technically saying is like putting your finger or hand as close to me as you possibly can without actually touching me and then moving away - and then sometimes doing that repeatedly in some altered songs - I'd rather you actually touched me than came within a millimetre of doing so without actually doing so, as I find the latter so much more annoying. It causes me the exact same initial reaction as hearing the sound of the actual words - which is alright if I'm entirely alone as I don't find the actual word offensive there anyway but, if I'm with other people, it's exactly the same effect on me - I'm either dealing with the fact the word was said or something was done that meant the same thing and it's the same thing - except that, whilst in that weaker state, the "clean" versions then annoy me and cause me actual offence whereas the so-called "dirty" version I could try to pretend the others haven't heard it. I can't do that with an altered sound that makes itself entirely and totally clear (and is therefore explicit) and stands out from the rest of the material, announcing itself and loudly to everyone present and making such an issue for me about itself being offensive.So - as to "how to censor a song" - the answer is do not play it in any circumstance in which it might cause offence. It's not rocket science - that song would then be censored and censored effectively as it would be entirely banned (in other words censorship) and not played in such a place at all. One meaning of censorship is to keep information away from people. However, replacing a swearword with the equivalents of dashes or asterisks (or reversing it, that doesn't work either as I know what the reversed sound means, they are too close in sound to the original words for me and in fact that's the worse method of all as it is like the word coming across with a harsh and strident sound to it) - it doesn't censor it as it communicates the information (the word) to the audience more so. Otherwise, with the dashing of the so-called milder swearwords, it's even worse if they are completely dashed out rather than two letters being present, as I usually think of something more severe and then I'm left pondering over which word it is and eventually reaching the original one, only after having gone through several much worse (that would never have happened had the original word just been used). And if the original word is clear and obvious straight off, then it's no difference anyway and just as offensive if the original word would have actually caused me offence in that place. In fact the failed attempt at 'censored' version is slightly more offensive as it now points that fact out on top.
Can someone give me a way to do this that doesn't involve turning the song into a jumble of static and almost-sounds? Please?
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Thanks. Now all I hear with the music is the reverbed vocals. The "center" or "source or dry or original vocals" were eliminated but the effects vocals remain. Is there a way to wipe out the remaining vocal effects? (i.e., the reverbed vocals)
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Thanks A LOT!!!! I just used it to copy a Theme I loved XD
i really wish this would work better on more songs 'cause i have this awesome song but when i use this i get tons of clashing sounds so i can't hear the instruments and i can still hear the voice just really echoed. this works well but for a lot of stuff i have it doesn't
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Works perfectly, thank you.
it's not working for me the sound get mute in the output..tried with all version of audacity
I don't usually comment on sites like these but when I do, it's because they helped me a lot! THANK YOU FOR THIS OMGGGGG I finally have the off vocal version of the song I'm going to cover because of this ^^ thank you so much!I'm so grateful~
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Not bad, doesnt do 100% but does a big portion c:
Brilliant, thank you!
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