I'm wondering if Sound Remover can use an input sound file to analyze and then remove sound from the main file?
I have file A (vocal mic with drum bleed) and file B (drums). I'd like to remove or minimize the drums in the vocal mic. Seems ideal to use the drum mix file to analyze and remove drums from the vocal mic.
I'll try the old school time-align, eq match, inverse mix method and see what I get, but it would be so cool if there was some Audition magic to help.
Thanks for any info!
If the two files are of the same sample rate and channel count, you can capture the sound model from one file and apply the effect to the other. You can also save the profile selection to disk and load it from within the Sound Remover effect.
Oh, cool - so instead of just selecting and modeling a region, I can model the length of the whole file B, and then apply it to file A. I'll try that! Thanks!
Looks like it's limited to 100 seconds. When I try to process the whole length of the song, it says to select a region less than 100 seconds. I'll chop the files up into chunks and see if I have any luck.