audio software to remove guitar from MP3 song

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  1. JimmyAce2006

    JimmyAce2006 V.I.P. Member

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    does anyone know of soem good audio software that will remove the guitar parts from a song in an MP3 format? i need to create a backing track from an MP3. i have heard of one of the amp makers having one built in (VOX?). but I am looking for computer software.
     
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    audacity.
     
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    The JamVOX software does a pretty good job, but you have to buy the whole package including speakers...I think it's around $130.
     
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    Will it save the file as an MP3 that can be copied to your PC?
     
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    I downloaded that software; I do not see any easy way to remove guitar from an MP3. Have you ever used that software to do it?
     
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    If I send you an MP3 file, would you be willing to remove the guitar for me & save the file back to MP3?
     
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    A little pricey for removing guitar tracks? And will it do that?
     
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    bscenefilms Premium Member

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    I have used it to remove drums, vocals and guitars before. Like any of these things, it depends on the mix. I have used it to convert audio to mid as well as pitch correcting vocals on a track where I only had the final mixed down 2 track version.

    Jimmy: email the file to mike at b-scenefilms dot com
     
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    Jimmy, let me know if bscene is successful.
     
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    I believe so.
     
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    if you can find a .OGG version of the backing track,..Audicity will load individual tracks. You can pull out delete or remaster.
    As for removing from a mp3, that never going to be easy, even with Vox`s "jamvox".
    I have done it with melodyne..but it wasnt fun, and took ages.

    Whats the backing track?
     
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    BEDLAM_1 Senior Member

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    Hay Jimmy,
    Had a quick look about for you. Im not sure if this will help, but atleat you can see what can be done. Heres a link to some .ogg or better known as multi channels moggs.
    sp moggs.zip
    and heres a link to Audacity
    Audacity: Windows

    Hope this might be of some use
     
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    Audacity is too hard to split tracks. Your better off using something like Adobe Soundbooth or whatever it's called, it's a good software.
     
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    did you down load the links and have a look?
    you might be missing my point
     
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    I will send you a file when I go home for lunch today. Thanks. :)
     
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    ok.
     
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    Is there any way that you can confirm? Last I heard, you had to mic the speakers & record it in real time.
     
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    The track is "Celebration Day" from The Song Remains The Same. I have an mp3; but maybe the OGG can be pulled from the DVD?
     
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    No need to mic the speakers. You just use to software to cut out the guitars (as much as possible). Then hit the record button and play. Once you stop you can save what you recorded.

    Here check it out: VOX | JAMVOX Plug in to your favorite band!

    I'll take a crack a Celebration Day tonight and see if I can remove the guitar. I haven't played with JamVox for awhile.
     

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