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Bleeping Songs?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by bigmac102, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. bigmac102

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    is there any software out there that could bleep out swear words from songs?
     
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    how do i bleep with audacity?
     
  4. diabolos

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    Do you actualy whan to put a bleep? With Audacity you can just edit the words out. Its as simple as "Highlight" - "Cut".
     
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    yes i actually want to bleep
     
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    I'm not sure if you could accomplish this. Because, what you are asking to do is to cut out the vocals only(Not the music) then fill in the vocals part with a bleep. It sounds like you want to keep the music, correct? With a editing program you can cut out a part of a song, but that means vocals & music. Even if you overlayed a section of a song with a bleep you would have to go through every song slowly to find every bad word & then insert an overlay. A daunting task to say the least!!
     
  7. diabolos

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    I think you may be able to do such a think with [bold]KRISTAL[/bold]. You would have to have a beep to use in a different track (you know like Bleep.WAV). You could paste the sound in the spots on the corresponding track that you wish to bleep-out.
     
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    With Audacity you can select the curse word part (manually) and replace it with silence. Cut, delete probably does the same thing though, I'd assume. Copy and paste a bleep sound audio file.
     
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