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Not necessarily. If you have a good ADC and there isn't any extra noise caused by your system you don't need one. But I'll definitely recommend one .


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Well, you need to be able to hear the podcast in order to edit it. Often the zoom recorder and a pair of decent headphones will be a good solution. What you might want to do is probably to remove really low frequencys, say below 100 Hertz for spoken word. Additionally make sure that the relative volumes are about the same, getting blasted with high volume ...


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Music Rebalance in Isot0pe RX 7, Adobe Audition, Audacity all have functions that you can try to do this. It’s not going to sound perfect though. The old school way to create an acappella from a song was to layer the instrumental on top of the original and invert the phase of the stereo image, and it will remove the beat, leaving only the vocals. This method ...


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As the old saying goes, you can't unbake the cake once it's cooked. But, in terms of "stem splitter" apps, I've found XTRAX STEMS to be fairly impressive and affordable. https://audionamix.com/xtrax-stems/


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