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How do you cut all the words out of a song?


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Answered 2015-07-15 20:54:11

Tech TV had a special on that. I went to and search the site for the free program to assist me in removing the words out of songs. I don't remember the name of the program. I let it go cause I did't have time to do what I was wanting to do . Tech tv is now G4TV. Good luck and I really hope this is helpful. Heath

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Note: It should be pointed out that many "vocal removers" just filter the "center channel" to remove vocals (since most vocals are center-panned). However, this will *not* work very well on MP3 files, because of the compression used to create MP3's. When you convert a CD audio file to an MP3, enough differences exist between the left and right channels that a true "Center channel" for vocals cannot be determined.



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