If the vocals were not removed at all, something incorrect
or an echo or distortion resulted, it is usually
caused by the method that was used to originally record
your music. Here's what may have happened:
THERE IS AN ECHO REMAINING AFTER VOCALS REMOVED Most customers find a reduced vocal with a slight echo
sounds like a backup singer.To use this music, slightly
turn down the volume while singing over the music. The
echo backup singer effect is pleasing and works great.
The echo is caused because your song was not originally
recorded with the vocals isolated directly in the center of
the stereo track and have had a reverb echo effect applied
to them. While the vocal was somewhat isolated, when the
vocals spill over the left and right sides due to the reverb, an
echo results. This is not caused by our product, but by the
technique used to originally record and mix your music.
Music that works best originally sounds as if the lead vocal
is coming out from directly between the stereo speakers
and does not have an echo or reverb effect. Reverb processing
is an echo effect that has been purposefully embedded into
your recording by the recording artist.
This type of software requires that the music be in stereo,
with little to no echo or reverb, and with the vocals centered
between the left & right stereo speaker. Try other music that
does meet these requirements and you'll find the vocals will
AN INSTRUMENT OR SOUND WAS REMOVED ALONG WITH THE VOCAL
Read more about this here
THE VOCAL IS UNCHANGED AND IS STILL THERE
If the vocals were not removed at all & the original recording
sounds exactly the same, it could be one of three issues:
- the original recording may not have the vocals isolated
in the center of the stereo. If you listen carefully to the
original song, you'll notice little sound comes from directly
between the two speakers & everything sounds different
from the left and right speakers.
- or, you may have missed the step in the instructions to
select the lower track before doing the "effects" "invert"
step. Make sure not to miss the following step in the
"Select the entire lower track (the right channel)
by clicking in the area around the mute/solo buttons."
You can also select the entire lower track by
clicking and dragging across the entire lower track.
Make sure you select the entire lower track only.
Do not select both tracks!
You may have missed other parts in the instructions, so
you may want to review them and follow them exactly: http://www.Make-Your-Own-Karaoke.com/instructions.htm
EVERYTHING NOW SOUNDS COMPLETELY SILENT
If the vocals were not removed at all & and the result was
silence; nothing at all is playing; it could be the music
was recorded in mono even though you have a 2-track
stereo file. If the music is really in stereo you can hear the
vocals coming from the center of the two speakers while you
can hear slightly different music from the left and right
speakers. If the recording is a mono recording, attempting
to remove vocals will result in no sound at all, so try a different
Our Karaoke Voice Remover product works on songs that
were originally recorded in stereo. Whatever is in the center
of the stereo, usually the lead vocals, is removed. This leaves
what is unique on the right and left sides of the stereo,
usually the music and the background vocals.
Most music is recorded in stereo, with the vocals in the center
of the stereo tracks and the music on the sides. If you listen
carefully to your music, you'll hear the vocals coming directly
from the center of the speakers and the music slightly different
from the left and right speakers.
Many of our customers have found that even if a slight echo
is present in the result, that when singing with the music the
overall effect is quite pleasing; the echo adds a reverb effect
to their own voice or sounds like a backup vocalist. Reducing
the volume of the music or increasing the volume of your singing
can adjust the final effect to the most effective result.
Listen to your original songs carefully to identify how they've
been recorded, and look for and notice other songs that have
the lead vocals better isolated in the center of the stereo track.
CHANGE THE TEMPO(SPEED), PITCH, AND VOLUME OF A SONG
To change the tempo, pitch, and volume of a song, simply
highlight the entire song by choosing the "Edit" menu,
then "Select", then "All". Then, from the "Effect" menu, choose:
"Change Tempo" to change the tempo (speed) of the audio
without changing the pitch
"Change Speed" to change the speed
"Change Pitch" to change the pitch, key, or frequency of
the audio without changing the tempo.
"Amplify" to change the volume
The detailed tutorial on how to remove vocals can be found here:
Try as many different songs as possible. All songs are recorded
differently. Most of our customers get great results and you can be
assured the software does work properly with most music.
Because the vocal remover software is also a powerful
multi-track music recorder and editor,there are many other
SHORTEN OR LENGTHEN MUSIC
It's easy to cut unwanted portions from music or duplicate
sections or expand portions of music to fit into a specific
length of time.
TRANSFER MUSIC FROM CASSETTE TAPES OR VINYL RECORDS
You can connect your old cassette tape player or record player
to your computer and easily transfer music.
REMOVE STATIC, HISS, HUM, POPS, and CLICKS
Clean up your recordings by removing unwanted noise.
Record your own podcast broadcasts mixing the audio with music
CREATE CUSTOM MIX CDS
You have the ability to load multiple songs and mix them together
SPEED UP VOCALS WITHOUT CHANGING PITCH
CHANGE PITCH WITHOUT SPEEDING UP VOCALS
Change the pitch of audio without altering the tempo or change
the tempo without altering the pitch.
ADD EFFECTS TO YOUR MUSIC
Alter frequencies with equalization, change volume, normalize,
or add echo effects to your audio.