I am new to the forum and new to Audacity. I have been trying to remove vocals from song, there are hundreds of threads and so many videos on the net showing how to remove them but I did not find a single of them working effectively. Yeah there are few songs which can be converted brilliantly but its purely the way they have been recorded. In Audacity, I found vocal reduction and isolation option the best option so far but to make a great track, I need bass and treble to mix it with the track (after coversion through vocal reduction and isolation) , can anyone tell me how to achieve as I have seen some other softwares where you can get just bass or treble from tracks
Please state which version of Windows you are using, the exact three-section version of Audacity from Help > About Audacity and whether you obtained the .exe installer or the zip.
Yeah there are few songs which can be converted brilliantly but its purely the way they have been recorded.
Exactly correct. Note that nobody ever offers more than one song as examples? The single song that they picked works perfectly.
There’s a list of reasons your song may not work. If you have a mono track instead of stereo, for example, you’re dead. Vocal Removal fails a lot more times that it succeeds.
Vocal Removal and its daddy “Center Pan Removal” work by getting rid of everything in the exact left-right middle of a stereo song. That’s usually the vocal, but also generally bass and drums, too. One of the common failures is half the instruments go along with the voice.
The Audacity 2.1.0/2.1.1 Vocal Remover has extra sliders and controls and that may be what you need (attached).