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There isn't a shortcut to sound design, it's a case of practicing until you get it right.Zod wrote:My problem is that i have failed at creating sound in fruity loops after going through dozens of tutorials etc. only to find that making sound is an extremely time consuming action that is very hard to master, moreover the sounds that are available for free download are not extremely usable.
You can try using phase inversion with Audacity (a free to download program) to extract vocals;Zod wrote:And one thing id like to do is extract a vocal from a song or a specific beat or sound from a song in order to make a remix.
Alternatively, the Melodyne software lets you isolate individual elements.
http://www.freesound.org/ has a collection of sounds on there.Zod wrote: even using animal sounds would b nice, yet these are also hard to find.
Also, the http://macaulaylibrary.org/ is the largest collection of animal sounds online.
Can all be found in the above links, and YouTube for the Sytrus tutorials.Zod wrote:i would also like to extract sounds from a video. So in essence i need a gadget that can extract a specific sound from a song, a site that might have a database of extracted sounds and vocal and a tutorial on fruity loops' sytrus that is not a basic introduction
Workflow shortcuts are something you'll figure out for yourself once you've learnt the basics of the above.Zod wrote:but a tutorial on making the use of it easy that gives pointers and tips on what functions can be used and what which button does - nifty tricks to make the process faster.
See aboveZod wrote:Has anyone got some answers for me?
for instance the sample its self is a chello but u can stil hear a background reverbed violin behind it , ive tried eq'n it taking out highs sme mids it takes most of the violin out but loses the actualy coulor of the sound ..
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Example: Grimes - Skin (Four Tet Remix)
If this tune wasn't technically a remix, then he didn't have the acapella.
It seems impossible that you would be able to completely isolate vocals from the full track without being able to hear traces of the rest of the original tune intruding over your instrumental?
Anyway, you can't. If you have an exact copy of the instrumental you use phase cancellation to do it, but it will most likely end up sounding like shit with a lot of artifacts. If you post process the vocals a bit you can get away with it.
Also, make sure you use the search function and/or google next time, thousands of tutorials and topics about it on the internet.
If there's a particular vocal you want, I could give it a bash?
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