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Separating Sound Effects, Dialogue and Music?

JCDragonBall

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You're creating a lot of threads. Try to check there aren't already existing relevant threads you can add to before creating a new one - there's definitely a few covering this topic already, and we even have one dedicated to "random thoughts".

Edit: in fact, threads merged.
Apologies! Thank you :)

Try Spleeter, linked above.
I will try this out! Thank you!
 

Fran_Garcia

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There is a new plug-in from Waves named Clarity VX. I watched a review and then tried it by myself, and I have to say that it is a great tool for removing background music, FXs and isolating the voices or dialogues. I do recommend it.

Check it out:


 

DigModiFicaTion

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I'm getting pretty excellent results on isolating vocals/dialogue using https://mvsep.com/ and the MDX 2 setting (see the chart on the page for quality scores to identify what settings are recommended). It does have a 10 minute track length limitation, but it's easy enough to break a surround file up into 10min portions using audacity.
 
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