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    hi,
    in the video "ean golden will rock you", with the nano pad and traktor, ean golden extract the voice of Queen's singer ( i forget his name) . how did he do?
    i download a software but it wasn't very good...
    please help me!

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    Moved this to the correct forum

    The signer's name was Freddie Mercury

    Ean did not extract the vocal, he had an a capella version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalhasumai View Post
    hi,
    in the video "ean golden will rock you", with the nano pad and traktor, ean golden extract the voice of Queen's singer ( i forget his name) . how did he do?
    i download a software but it wasn't very good...
    please help me!
    Ean used an acapella version of the song. Some are available if you look hard enough.

    To make your own, you either need to use really professional audio editing software (to make a studio quality a capella) or just boost your mids and turn down your highs and lows to get more voice out of a song.

    Those are basically your only 3 options I'd say. someone correct me though.
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    Closing this thread theres already one on the topic, see here - http://www.djtechtools.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2722

    Please look though the topics in the FAQ before starting a new thread so we can avoid repeat threads and focus our collective information into easy to find places for everyone

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