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    I dont know if u heard of it but a pissed of hippie told me the best vocal remover is to SHUT THE **** UP while recording

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    A vocal range is between 3K (Female) and 5K (Male) Roughly. If your OK with eliminating those freq. ranges than "Vocal Extraction" should suite you just fine. But whats a track without MID's?

    PS this can be done with a good EQ if you know what your doing even if you don't its not rocket science.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xtraclip.com
    A vocal range is between 3K (Female) and 5K (Male) Roughly. If your OK with eliminating those freq. ranges than "Vocal Extraction" should suite you just fine. But whats a track without MID's?

    PS this can be done with a good EQ if you know what your doing even if you don't its not rocket science.
    Yes but you need to stick your left finger in your right ear and right finger in your left ear for it to work.

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    Talking vocal elimination

    to those of u that think u cant remove the vocals, get ur facts right and do some more research to alot of people like me that are in the industry of singing and djing, equiment like the thomson or other vocal eliminators are just fine and work really, really good.
    we know that not all the vocals are gone but depending what device u use 60%-90% of the vocals are gone and u can make kareoke cds out of that music for 10-20 reasons that we dont need to get into right now. I use some of these vocal eliminators for my work just like some of the other pro's in the buissness. so, for those of u that think that "no way it cant be done" all i can tell u is that theres hundreds of pro's in the buissness doing these from kareoke to djing from amature to pro's and yes some of the equiment in some of the studios are 100's of thousands of dollars to do this. so, the tech is out there. its now impossible anymore...
    it is impossible to remove 100% only a studio with the master takes can do this but some of us amatures dont care that much as long as the music is good and it is, and the vocal is 80-90% gone then thats good enough. theres lots of uses......thanks i love these topics

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    You signed up just to bring a 2 year old thread back to life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceased Werds
    You signed up just to bring a 2 year old thread back to life?

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    lmao...
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    lol smh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceased Werds
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    lmao....gravediggers

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    And what do you think about the program to vocal remove from audionamix?

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