I have a single channel voice recording with music in the background. Is there a way to isolate the voice from the music and keep just the voice? The descriptions of the built-in methods for isolating the voice seem to all depend on stereo recordings.
There is [u]something new[/u] you can try.
And just to illustrate the seriousness of what you’re doing. #4.
So if that AI App fails, that’s the end.
There is something new you can try.
I wish they had picked a simple voice with music as illustration rather than a massively processed song. I agree it’s impressive and we’ll be watching.
Thanks. This got most of the music out–not all, but much better that the original.
This got most of the music out–not all, but much better that the original.
“This” being the AI sound splitter? Most people who ask this are trying to make a studio performance in software.
Splitter’s example rang alarm bells.
Closer, but not yet.
I just needed to extract the voices from the background music recorded nearly 50 years ago, so I could better understand what was being said.
Audacity’s tools for voice separation require a true stereo recording with the voice in the centre of the stereo field.
A single channel voice recording won’t work with Audacity’s tools.
As DVDdoug wrote, there’s an on-line tool called “Spleeter” that may be able to help. You can find it here: https://splitter.ai/