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    I saw it via the BBC link. I'm quite interested in it. I need to remove vox from a track without doing too much damage to the rest of it for vocal practice purposes. I know there are karaoke tracks available but I can never seem to get them in the keys I need. But there's these three vocalists who are dead on for me, but they've got no versions in Karaoke. Or for removing the lead or rhythm guitar parts for practice purposes. So I'll try out the demo and see if it is actually usable.

    Is the demo fully functional for the time period limit?

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    It can't be done without sounding like shit.

    Prove me wrong.

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    i believe there are some limitations to the demo, although i don't know the exact details and it'd be best to look on the site.

    Rami, i dont have to prove anything. I already said "i think it's a good attempt at what we all would like from a piece of software like this. however, i feel it needs refining to an extent as some features such as changing the pitch or key of elements of the song give it an unatural sound. but, it IS free to try, i just thought people would wanna try it is all".

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAMI View Post
    It can't be done without sounding like shit.

    Prove me wrong.
    Not going to try. The remove notes feature is disabled in the demo. Funny. The one feature I wanted to test. So I'm not going to even DL it. What are they afraid of? Most quality software cos. have fully functional demo versions of stuff that work for 10 to 30 days. Some will have the "save" feature disabled, but no critical components disabled. Not going to risk the money.

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    i know for a fact that the remove notes feature is in the demo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phlopip View Post
    i know for a fact that the remove notes feature is in the demo.
    So, did you try it it? Does it work?

    Yes or no.

    (I have an omelet that I want to remove just the eggs from)

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    yes i tried it.

    yes it works...to an extent. the removal of parts works yes. it's easy to use, and is acurate at highlighting different instruments in songs. what doesn't work so much is the pitch changing effects as it sounds a bit . . . crap.

    i can't help with the omelet. sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phlopip View Post
    yes it works...to an extent.
    What does that mean? A lot of things work to an "extent". To what "extent"?

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    as i said. the removal of parts and selecting different instruments works fine. the part that doesnt work so great is the pitch shifting of instruments.

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    The remove notes feature is disabled in the free demo, going by their list of what is enabled and what is not.

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