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I would like to take out the vocals to some songs but still keep the beat. I use Goldwave as my audio editor and I'm not finding a specific tool ...
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    How can I strip lyrics out of a song using an audio editor?


    I would like to take out the vocals to some songs but still keep the beat. I use Goldwave as my audio editor and I'm not finding a specific tool that does this. Any ideas? Should I use Soundforge instead? Just a bit confused here on how to do this. Thanks.


    Also - does Linux come with an audio editor? I'm not finding any if there are.
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    Try Audacity:

    http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

    I think that can remove vocals from a recording, although with all these things the results depend a lot on individual songs.

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    I think in order to do that with a normal sterio audio file you would need to use an equilzer or something similar to knock out the sound from the pitch range where the singing is, but that could be messy and it may not work to well.

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