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If the music track is identical to the music in the vocal+music track, then you could invert the phase of the music track and mix it with the combined track, which (algebraically, at least) is the same as subtracting it from the v+m track. You may find that some additional compression, level shifting or EQ was done to the v+m track, which would make the ...


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I've shot live events for the past 5 years, and had a few friends get on (and actually pretty far in) both American Idol and The Voice. There is a series of auditions way before contestants ever get in front of a studio camera, let alone a TV audience. Most auditions are not filmed, unless it is recorded by the casting directors/producers purely for their ...


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My best guess would be that it's a bit of a combination of both. For shows like America's Got Talent (and, I'm sure, other "Got Talent" shows), the acts go through a "Producer's Audition" before anyone gets to see the real judges. The producers filter out a majority of the applicants and send a small number through to be shown on TV. My assumption is that ...


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Adobe Bridge should allow you to open the Sequence in Audition. If you go to the project panel and right click the sequence you want to edit, you should be able to choose Edit and then Edit In Audition. This will automatically bring the sequence over to Audition with the tracks properly laid out. You should then be able to do any work you want to in ...


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I had a similar problem I solved differently. It depends on your volume and workflow whether it suits. I had a few files marked up with labels in Audacity and wanted to import those label markers into Adobe Audition as marked ranges. I have a simple but manual solution, and since exporting labels from Audacity only allowed for a text file of timecodes I ...


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And as I spent the last two days hunting down a solution, I'll share it with you right away: tl;dr: Use this cross platform & open source tool by the US Government (ya, really) to stick XMP Metadata in the WAV File. http://bwfmetaedit.sourceforge.net/ WAV Files support the "cue " chunk, and this chunk is written by Audition, but I couldn't make it read ...



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