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PostSubject: Looking for instrumentals?   Tue Nov 11, 2014 8:25 pm

I don't know if this is the right question or the right place to ask, but I thought I'd made a thread where people can ask if they're looking for instrumentals! Like if you for example can't find a good-quality one on YouTube you could ask here if someone has one on their computer, knows someone who could do one if requested or could do one themselves. Smile

This sounded like a good idea to me, but do correct or delete this if I'm wrong!

I'm going to go ahead and start: does anyone have a good-quality instrumental of the sirens scene/song from Sinbad? You know, this one.
I'm dying to sing this, but I really would prefer a completely blanked out and clean instrumental. Also if you know someone who does great instrumentals from requests like this, - or if there's someone here who makes instrumentals - that would be amazing!

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PostSubject: Re: Looking for instrumentals?   Wed Nov 12, 2014 1:03 pm

This is a great idea of topic actually ! Thanks Oona Very Happy On the french forum Stella already explained how to use Audacity to create an instrumental but I'm not sure I can translate her instructions. It would be completely messed up x) So here's the link for LPDD's tutorial : http://lesdoublagesdisney.forumgratuit.be/t20-tutoriel-audacity

I hope it helps ^^

PS : The Siren's song is just... wow O.O I didn't watch Sinbad and now I really want to ! And if you're going to propose this song for a collab' I'll be the first one to participate ! x)

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PostSubject: Re: Looking for instrumentals?   Wed Nov 12, 2014 7:23 pm

Yay, I'm glad if this isn't an unnecessary topic. Smile
Thanks for sharing the tip with us all! I actually just today found a self-played instrumental of it, which was completely clean from vocals, oh the irony.. I hate the result Audacity gives, so I usually try to avoid using it, I was mainly looking for if someone knew someone who could do a clean instrumental!

But this would be a great project to do here! I might host it after my exams.. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Looking for instrumentals?   Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:11 pm

Actually the result Audacity gives you depends a lot on the original file you use. If you export the song directly from the CD into a WAV file (uncompressed), you can obtain really good instrumental version.

The drawback of this technique is that it deletes every sound that's centered, which sometimes includes the drums...and an instrumental without drums...well... And sometimes the echo of the voice remains, which can sound weird with someone else's voice as the lead singer!

Best tip would be : use an uncompressed file, give it a try,and if you're lucky you'll get a good instrumental!

If you're lucky, you might have somewhere broken earphones that give you a preview of the result, or maybe that's just me! ^^

For those who don't know how to create intrumental versions with Audacity and since the tutorial is in English, here's how it can be done :
- Import your file (WAV, or mp3 of at least 4Mo otherwise you'll have residual noise due to compression)
- Split the stereo track into two different tracks, as shown below. This create seperate Left track and Right track.
Splitting:
 
- Select one of the track => Effect => Invert
- Change each track into a mono track.
Mono tracks:
 
- (This next step is not necessary, it depends on your export settings which can sometime recreate a right track and a left track. If in doubt, do as follows)
Ctrl+A => Tracks => Mix and Render
And here's your intrumental version! cheers

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