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These days, what used to be referred to as "the holy grail of the misinformed" is getting closer to actuality. There are now applications designed to do exactly this task - isolate parts of a complete mix & allow you to change their relative levels; including total removal or isolation of sections such as vocals, drums, bass or 'instruments'. ...


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Deezer open-sourced their Spleeter stem separation engine in November 2019: Announcement here and the application is available on Github here. There's also Acon Digital's Acoustica here which since version 7.2 has offered stem separation tools (based on the Spleeter algorithm). Steinberg SpectraLayers from version 7 offers track to stems extraction (vocals ...


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Let me approach this by sneaking up on it from a different direction:) Take a bass guitar. Low E is about 41Hz. Most people know what that sounds like & how it works when you hear it on records, etc. Let's take a famous example. Queen - Another One Bites the Dust. Now this famous opening bass riff to all intents & purposes is in F - though if you ...


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