Ability to remove music leaving just vocals

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Jossse
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Post by Jossse » Thu Mar 30, 2006 8:14 pm

hey i went to that link...
now where r the acapellas examples of this marvel? :D

jdeligiannis
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Post by jdeligiannis » Fri Mar 31, 2006 12:19 am

The generated a cappellas are in the threads. I assume most people didn't notice that, considering you are the first to reply since I posted the news.

These generated a cappellas are generally referred to as "CPU." There are 2 "sticky" threads at the top of the forum that host many CPU a cappellas by 2 creators: SLUGLIFE and iLLUMiNATiON. All of these seem to be CPU a cappellas from the artist 2pac, hence the name of the website, but if you navigate through the website, I think you can find forums hosting other artists's CPUs.

I'll save most people the trouble and just upload some of the better ones. For anyone who is interested, download within 7 days, because that's when they expire.

EVERYTHING THEY OWE (CPU) - http://s32.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3MJW ... RALF92YI5Z

GHOST (CPU) - http://s32.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=050X ... 0DBBQMU8ZO

HOUSE OF PAIN (CPU) - http://s32.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=100A ... HJDXW2U0DE

PAIN (CPU) - http://s32.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2VSC ... AEHXI344O2


Again, these aren't perfect, but they are good enough to say that the technology to remove the music from a song and leave only the vocals does exist. Some of the people on this forum could probably improve the method so the vocals come out even better than they do here.

NOTE: These a cappellas were generated using the 2nd method that I spoke about in my last post.

Jossse
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Post by Jossse » Wed Apr 05, 2006 5:52 pm

cool man!
i'll check em out! :D

jengelh
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Post by jengelh » Mon Jun 05, 2006 11:50 am

piano nick wrote:The French mathematician Fourier, formulated his ideas about sine waves: Any sound can be made up of fundamental pure sine waves of different frequencies and volumes.
Sines and cosines AFAIK.

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