[ardour-users] Vocal removal

Brett Clark Brett at ciscoinc.com
Tue Mar 20 06:16:03 PDT 2007

The reversing trick worked very well.  I used Ardour, selected a range, created new 
region, placed the new region ontop of where i selected it from and reversed it.  There 
were 5 spots that i needed to correct and this method worked almost seemlessly 
on 4 of them.  The 5th spot was a little noticable, but not too bad.  The trick i learned
was to reverse as little as possible to obscure the word.

Anyway, thanks everyone for the ideas!!!!

From: Atte André Jensen
Sent: Mon 3/19/2007 10:42 AM
To: Brett Clark
Cc: philicorda; ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
Subject: Re: [ardour-users] Vocal removal

Brett Clark wrote:

>  >> a quick reverse
> Im not sure what you mean by this?

Simply select the offending audio segment in something like audacity and 
reverse it. Since you now mentioned that it's a hip-hop track, this 
wouldn't be out of style that much. It will just sound like someone is 
spinning the record backwards to a sec.

peace, love & harmony

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