You can learn how to remove audio from a track.Sections of tracks, background noise, and lyrics are a few types of audio that you might want to remove.It is not possible to remove all vocals with Audacity’s lyric removal tool.
Step 1: It’s possible to open Audacity.
There is an orange sound wave in the middle of a blue set of headphones.
Step 2: Click on the file.
You can find it in either the top left or top right side of the window.
Step 3: Click it to open it.
This can be found in the drop-down menu.A new window will open.
Step 4: You can select an audio track.
Click on the track you want to modify.
Step 5: Click Continue.
It is in the bottom-right corner of the window.The track will open in a program.
Step 6: You can choose a section.
You can find a section that you want to remove by clicking and dragging your mouse across it.
Step 7: Press the remove button.
The section will be removed immediately.Click and then click in the drop-down menu.
Step 8: There is a noise section on the track.
If you can, drag your mouse across a section of the track that has no background noise.Pick the section where the background noise is the most noticeable if there isn’t enough free track to do this.
Step 9: You can click on the effect.
This tab can be found at the top of the window or on the screen.Doing so leads to a drop-down menu.
Step 10: Click for noise reduction.
It’s in the middle of the menu.
Step 11: You can get a noise profile by clicking here.
There is a button at the top of the window.What is background noise and what isn’t will be determined by this.
Step 12: Pick the section of track you want to clean up.
If you’re working with a song, you can click the track and then press Command+A to select the whole track.
Step 13: Click the effect and then the repeat noise reduction.
It is at the top of the menu.The noise reduction suggestion will be applied to the track.
Step 14: If necessary, reduce the noise.
Continue the noise removal process if there is still a noticeable amount of background noise.You may have to do this many times.If you click on the drop-down menu, you can raise the amount of background noise removed.
Step 15: Pick the whole track.
Click the audio track, then press either Command+A or the keyboard.
Step 16: You can click on the effect.
There is a tab at the top of the window or screen.
Step 17: Click all the way down to select vocal removal.
There is a downward-facing arrow at the bottom of the drop-down menu.Clicking on it will prompt a pop-out menu.
Step 18: Click to use a vocal removal tool.
You can click a link in the pop-out menu.This will open the window.
Step 19: Click OK.
The vocals will be removed from the track.This isn’t 100 percent reliable, but you will notice a difference in the result.It is possible to increase the percentage of vocals removed multiple times, though doing so may harm the recording’s fidelity.