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    Cyntax has an interesting approach but remember that the center of the stereo spectrum is usually where all the prominent frequencies are and their relevant instruments: kick snare bass vocal etc. So not just the voice will be affected. I'd be interested to hear the results though.

    Personally, I think what ever you do the remants of the voice will always be there and that the music will sound odd. Good luck though,

    Jonny H

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    Hey
    Anyone know if its possible?

    There are voice eliminators/cancellers devices, actually behringer microphone mixer model XENYX 1832FX do have it integrated in the mixer. Take a look at www.behringer.com

    Thanks

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    Have some tries !

    Dear.

    You can use these two softwares : Vocal Remover ; Gold Wave.
    I'm told that "Adobe Audition" programme is good for your choice, too.
    Good luck !

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    I think very difficult to remove the vocals 100%. But I tried with[ FlexiMusic Wave Editor to remove the vocals from the song(Not sure 100%). I found one FAQ fleximusic.com

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    u could do that method all electronically. acapellas4u.co.uk has a great post on how to do that, u juz need the song on ur computer in stereo. i believe their tutorial uses audicity or mayb soundforge.

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