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Could the song be recorded without mike

 
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jraju



Joined: 02 Aug 2015
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2015 3:06 pm    Post subject: Could the song be recorded without mike Reply with quote

Hi,
Wavosaur is a boon to music lovers, who want to remove the song music and play karoke.
If suppose, an audio is removed using this tool, recording is explained briefly by selecting the karoka songs and press record button and stop when you want to stop the record.
Could the record be done without mike is my question. Because, i tried without mike and the output is only the karoke music. No insertion of vocal voice after recording.
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FordMustang



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2015 7:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

who is mike ?
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jraju



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2015 8:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, I mean the mike, the instrument thro which you could record.
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Stephen@33570



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 3:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds to me like you want to record a karaoke track with you singing along- and you want to keep the karaoke on one track and your vocal on a different (second) track to be able to make post record adjustments to each.
Play the karaoke track on an external player. Use a "stereo" RCA female(s) that combines the stereo line outs from the player, or mini stereo headphone jack, to a single RCA male out. This will be used as a "mono" input to your computers stereo line in Right. Get an adapter for your microphones cable( 1/4" phono or XLR ) > RCA male. This will be used as a "mono" input to your computers stereo line in Left.
Get an adapter for a mini stereo male jack that splits the 2 lines to a pair of RCA female connectors. Your microphone and Karaoke RCA males connect to these females. Now you can record in "stereo" with wavosaur. Karaoke will be on the Right track and you Microphone on the left track. It is worth having the adapters on hand for other unforeseen uses, and this method eliminates the problem/trouble copy pasting separate mono tracks to a single stereo file AND getting them synchronized .
Another method is to select "one track recording" in Wavosaur. The options are under "process" > "convert to mono"> then use the "left only" and "right" only options. In a new stereo file record the karaoke to one track ( lets say right). Go back to "process and select left only. Now record the vocal on the left track of the stereo file. There is supposed to be a way to PLAY the first track while RECORDING the second vocal track, but i have not been able to find out how. I would try playing the karaoke thru headphones from the same player you used to line out to the computer. Sing along with that while recording the vocal in "left channel only" mode. Last you'll have to add/remove silence ("tools> remove silence") to get the 2 tracks in sync. "snap to" may be a sync tool, but the description does not mention it.
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jraju



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 3:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, I get reply after 2 years. please see the date. Anyhow thanks for the reply. I had used the prior version of wavosur. I have to try the new version to try.
The problem is killing the music in old songs, which is not that much easy. Those are recorded by monomode, which is very difficult to extract the music from vocal.
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