Vocals Is Easy
with the custom
WONDERMAGIC Vocal Remover Plugin
APPLE MAC OSX INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLING ON APPLE MAC
1. Double click on the setupMAC.dmg file
2. Drag the entire Vocal Remover folder into your the Applications folder.
3. In the Applications folder, click the down arrow on the Utilities folder,
then double click on the Terminal.app
4. Copy this line and paste it as a command in the terminal window:
sudo xattr -r -d com.apple.quarantine "/Applications/Vocal Remover/"
5. When asked for a password, enter the system admin password for the MAC.
If you don't have this password, ask the person who setup your MAC computer.
6. In the Applications folder, click the down arrow on the Vocal Remover folder.
7. Hold down the CTRL key and click on the Vocal Remover.app
8. Click Open
REMOVING VOCALS ON APPLE MAC
Now, let's get started.
It's EASY to REMOVE VOCALS. If you have questions CONTACT US.
If your music is on a music CD, click here.
If your music is in your iTunes libarary (or m4a), click here.
If your music is from Windows Media Player (or wma), click here.
If your music is not an MP3 file or you're not sure, prepare it first.
To sucessfully reduce vocals your music file should be in stereo.
It works best with songs where you can hear the lead vocals directly
in the center of your two speakers, while hearing the music differently
on the right and left sides. The technique works by removing audio that
is exactly the same on the left and right side (the lead vocals), while
preserving the audio that is different on the left and right side (the music).
Once your music is an MP3 file, double-click on the Vocal Remover icon
in the Vocal Remover folder in your Applications folder.
Choose "File", then "Open", then select your MP3 file, or
just drag in your MP3 file.
Your music should now be loaded in, and if the music
was recorded in stereo, it should load in as two tracks.
If the software does not recognize the file or suggests
you should import the file, then you need to prepare the
music first: click here. If you try to play the song and it
plays back too fast, then you need to prepare the
music first: click here.
If you choose to play the music before you begin the vocal
removal process, BE SURE TO PRESS THE SQUARE STOP
BUTTON when you are finished, even if the music is not playing.
The music must be in the stopped mode before you can proceed
to reduce the vocals. If it is only paused, you must stop it first.
If the music does not play properly, prepare the music first.
Now, choose "Effect" then "WONDERMAGIC VOCAL REMOVER"
or "Vocal Remover" at the very bottom of the list of effects. This
effect is at the bottom of the list, so you may have to choose the
down arrow at the bottom of the list to scroll down to this effect.
If there is no WONDERMAGIC or Vocal Remover option in
the list of effects:
1. You may have missed a step during the
installation. Make sure you copied the entire Vocal Remover
folder from setupMAC.dmg into your Applications folder.
There are many files in this folder required for proper operation.
2. The Wondermagic Vocal Remover effect could be appearing
off the bottom of your screen since it is at the very bottom of
the effects list. Press the down arrow at the end of the Effect menu
to allow the menu to scroll down to the WONDERMAGIC VOCAL
3. You might need to change a preferences setting.
From the menus at the top, choose Audacity/Preferences/Effects
Then make suree the "Nyquist" effect is checkmarked.
Exit, then restart the Vocal Remover software and you should
then see the WONDERMAGIC VOCAL REMOVER in the Effects.
For troublesome music, you may wish to try one of the
hardware vocal eliminators at: http://www.Vocal-Eliminator.com
or purchase one of 1000's of already made Karaoke CDs we
offer at: http://www.FastKaraoke.com
If nothing changed at all and none of the vocals were removed,
it could be your song was originally recorded without the vocals
in the center of the stereo track. Concert recordings, for example,
may not have vocals properly centered in the stereo track. Try
other songs for different results.
If all the audio was removed and it sounds completely silent,
it could be your original song was recorded in mono, not stereo.
Even though it has two tracks, if both tracks are exactly the same,
the recording is actually a mono recording.
Press the square STOP button to stop any playing.
Now, highlight both tracks by choosing the "Edit" menu, then
"Select", then "All".
Save your new music without vocals to a AIFF file.
Save your new music without vocals to a WAV file.
Choose the "File" menu, then "Export".
Then choose "AIFF" from the "Save as type:" drop down menu.
AIFF is the Apple format.
You can now make a music CD with the AIFF file,
(AIFF files can be dragged into iTunes, and converted
into MP3 files within iTunes) or you may wish to record
your voice along with the music. This software is also
extremely powerful for multi-track music editing and
includes a multitude of features. Click the "Help"
menu then "Contents..." for help with these additional
Saving your music to a CD
Recording voice along with the music
Displaying lyrics with your music
If you prefer to directly save the music in the MP3 format,
you first need to install the MP3 export utility*.
Please read this section: Installing the MP3 export utility.
Remember, an easier alternative is to drag the files into
iTunes, then use iTunes to convert them to MP3 files.
Changing the Tempo, Speed, Pitch, or Volume
Adding Echo, Fading In or Out, Enhancing Bass, Noise Removal
The vocal remover software also provides many effects
to enhance your music.
In order to use these effects,
highlight the entire song by choosing the
"Edit" menu, then "Select", then "All".
Or, if you want the effect to apply only to a portion
of the music, click and drag your mouse only over
the portion of the music you want affected.
Then, from the "Effect" menu, choose:
"Change Tempo" to change the tempo
(speed) of the music without changing the pitch
"Change Speed" to change the speed. When you
change the speed, you increase the pitch.
"Change Pitch" to change the pitch, key,
or frequency of the audio without changing
the tempo (speed).
"Amplify" to change the volume. You'll be able to
make the music louder or softer.
"Echo" to apply an echo effect.
"Fade In" to fade in the volume.
"Fade Out" to fade out the volume.
"Bass Boost" to enhance the bass of your music.
"Noise Removal" to remove background noise from your music.
Saving your music to a CD
BONUS FEATURE: Recording voice along with the music
BONUS FEATURES: Change volume, pitch, tempo
Displaying lyrics with your music
* It is the customer's responsibility to comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
(the text of which can be found at the U.S. Copyright Office Web Site,
http://lcWeb.loc.gov/copyright/) and other applicable intellectual property laws.
MP3 export functionality is not included with this product. Users should verify MP3 export
license restrictions which can vary by country and use only licensed plug-in software. In
some countries you may need to pay a license fee to legally use MP3 exporting software.
Please refer to http://mp3licensing.com and http://www.alcatel-lucent.com for additional
information. Vocal Remover Software is marketed, sold, and must be used only for legal use.
It is absolutely and strictly forbidden to use this product for any illegal purpose whatsoever.
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