- Freeware or Commercial
- Works on Windows 8
I need to extract only vocals from a soundtrack. Is that possible?
It is really hard to do, but with some sources you can get part of the way there. I doubt that you will find software that just does vocal extraction. So instead you will need to use a general-purpose editor and learn the necessary techniques with it.
My preferred free audio editor for tasks like this is Audacity - it is freeware and open-source.
Here is a tutorial on using Audacity to remove or isolate a vocal track - In some cases, you can just use a "Vocal removal" menu item or install a plugin to do what you want in a single click. However, bear in mind that it is not always possible to get good (or even vaguely useful) results.
I found a post here.
A software named AV Music Morpher Gold can do the job. But I doubt it.
There is no software that could do that, but you can try find acappela version on http://www.acapellas4u.co.uk/ Also there is tutorial on Youtube how in Ableton Live create acapella version by combining full song and instrument together. Hope this was helpful