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Create -1 from mp3, possible?

Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 1:24 am

Hi to all,

I help advice on creating -1 from mp3 track..
Any recomendations on what type of software to do it?

Thanks again..

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Postby also consider » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 6:43 am

Errr, what exactly are you trying to do?

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 7:31 am

Hi, 'Also Consider'..

Creating -1.. wanting to sing karaoke.. and also out of curosity..

There are some songs which I like very much but I can't find the karaoke version.. I heard from a friend that cassette tapes can do -1 but she has not heard of converting from CDs..

Since there are so many experts in this forum, thought I would just try my luck..

See ya, have a nice day!

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Postby Yutenji » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 12:04 pm

koyuli wrote:Creating -1.. wanting to sing karaoke.. and also out of curosity..

There are some songs which I like very much but I can't find the karaoke version.. I heard from a friend that cassette tapes can do -1 but she has not heard of converting from CDs..

Since there are so many experts in this forum, thought I would just try my luck..

:???: Ooookkaaayy ... I'm in the same boat as also consider here, namely that I'm not sure what you're asking for (and I suspect very few people do). By '-1' do you mean a song with the vocals removed, so that you can then sing-along without those pesky original artists ?
If so, I haven't seen any software on the normal market that can do this, though I'm sure professional level (and therefore very expensive) products could do this.
Perhaps a little more clarity in your request will result in more clear replies.
Good luck

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 1:46 pm

Hello Yutenji..

Thanks for replying..

Yes, thats exactly what I meant..to have the vocal removed..

Sorry for the confusion..

My friend told me this term '-1' so I literally thought I am the last on this earth to know of it...

See ya around!

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Postby Carpe Diem » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 1:49 pm

Indeed you can do that from tapes because they use different threads for voice and music. But from a CD, I never heard about it.
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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 1:56 pm

Hello Carpe..

Well, I thought there will be some software to do the trick...
I have used a 'Midi Notation' software where I can select which musical instrument I want to hear..

Looks like the Tech is not too high afterall..

Thanks anyway...

p.s No jokes for me today?? joking.. have a nice day

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Postby banana » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:00 pm

Theoretically, it should be possible to separate the mp3 coding into separate digital tracks but I doubt you can isolate the vocals from just any mp3 file.
some signatures are more equal than others

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Postby Carpe Diem » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:03 pm

No joke but a link related to what you're trying to do... This guy is real fun!!!

http://www.cleanfunnyjoke.com/index.php?b=21&t=1066
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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:16 pm

Hi again, Banana..

Theoretically.... so no practical yet so far...
Not any MP3 files.. there are many types of it??

Dear me.. seems like I am ending up with more questions after in quest of 1...

banana wrote:Theoretically, it should be possible to separate the mp3 coding into separate digital tracks but I doubt you can isolate the vocals from just any mp3 file.

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:18 pm

Hi, Carpe..

BINGO! You got it this time!

Have remotely accupuntured on the right nerve and I couldn't stop laughing now..

Thanks.. am off to share with the others..

Carpe Diem wrote:No joke but a link related to what you're trying to do... This guy is real fun!!!

http://www.cleanfunnyjoke.com/index.php?b=21&t=1066

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Postby banana » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:20 pm

koyuli wrote:Hi again, Banana..

Theoretically.... so no practical yet so far...
Not any MP3 files.. there are many types of it??

Dear me.. seems like I am ending up with more questions after in quest of 1...


It depends on how the particular mp3 was recorded.
some signatures are more equal than others

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:34 pm

Hi Banana..

Now this time, I am seriously supecting you are using Greek..

Is there a many ways of recording MP3?
BEsides downloading from unknown sources, I thought there's only one way - You put the CD, click Rip from WMP..
Wahula! you get MP3...

Yes?? No?? More to go??


banana wrote:It depends on how the particular mp3 was recorded.

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Postby banana » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 2:59 pm

Umm...let's just say it's not practical at this point.
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Postby koyuli » Tue, 06 Sep 2005 3:03 pm

Hi Banana..

So your final verdict is Not Practical or Not Possible?

Thanks Again!

banana wrote:Umm...let's just say it's not practical at this point.


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