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splitting mp3s

Discussion in 'Audio' started by AWSskater, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. AWSskater

    AWSskater Guest

    hey everyone. i was just wondering if anyone knew how to split an mp3 (ripped from a professionally done cd like The Offspring and stuff) into seperate tracks, such as vocals, guitar, drums, etc. and if there is some kind of software to do it.
    Thanks.
     
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  2. djscoop

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    no, you can't seperate the different parts of a song like that. They're all embedded together as one stereo track.
     
  3. AWSskater

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    is there any way to just cut out the vocals / make them really soft? just for like some karaoke or something
     
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    there are ways to do that, but you need expensive software. I can do it through some plugins in Pro Tools, but you're best bet is tweaking it using an equalizer. There are a few free audio editors, like Audacity and Kristal, but I've never tried them, and don't know what their capabilities are. A few inexpensive audio editors are Sound Forge and Adobe Audition.
     

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