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  • Martin Delaney
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    Joined: Sep 11th, 2006
    Another Martin speaks
    Hi everybody...I\'m Martin Delaney, and I produced the \'Ableton Live 101\' product for MacProVideo. I\'m looking forward to \'meeting\' you on this forum, and talking about our favourite music software. Have a great holiday, and talk to you soon :-)
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  • Dom
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Dec 20th, 2006
    Vocals and fullscreen
    Hi does anyone know how to get the N.E.D videos onto fullscreen? And does anyone know how to isolate vocals using live. My EQ3 settings cannot seem to get it on its own or loud enough to use in a remix. Thanx Dom Merry Xmas people thanx martin the vids are great
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  • Martin
    Posts: 476
    Joined: Aug 24th, 2004
    Re: Vocals and fullscreen
    Hi Dom! To Get NED to play of full screen, you can choose Window > Full Screen (Command-F) or choose full screen from the menu in the middle at the top of NED. However, there is a small bug in Beta V. 0.1 that causes NED to stop playing at the end of a full screen video. BUT, we\'ve fixed that in the new version of NED, which will be out at the beginning of the New Year ... In fact, We\'ve been working hard on NED, and we have some really cool new features coming! Stay tuned ... :) As for the Ableton Question, I\'ll have to let Martin Delaney answer that ... although I will say that if the vocal is part of a full track (including other sounds) it\'s more or less impossible to \"isolate\" it, as there will always be conflicting frequencys in the other sounds. If you are remixing, it\'s best to find an a cappella or if possible, the original tracked-out recording. Sad, but true ... Or if you can find a part with just a base line or sounds that don\'t interfer with the vocal, yoy may be able to isolate it ... or maybe I misunderstood your question, I\'m more Logic than Live myself ...
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  • Martin Delaney
    Posts: 34
    Joined: Sep 11th, 2006
    Re: Vocals and fullscreen
    Hey Dom, how you doing? Hope you\'re having a good holiday! Unfortunately for you, (the other) Martin is right about isolating vocals. It\'s the holy grail of sampling - everybody would like to be able to do it, but it\'s just not possible. If you can figure it out, you\'ll make a lot of money :-) And not many artists make their \'unmixed\' parts freely available, because of the \'commercial potential\' of remixes, and copyright issues - personally I think more material SHOULD be available, but for now the best answer is to create your own, or use some of the many commercially available sample discs/downloads. Hope this helps!
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  • Tony
    Posts: 5
    Joined: Aug 11th, 2006
    Re: Vocals and fullscreen
    Try asking Bjorn and Andreas at . Very clever fellows....... T
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  • Martin
    Posts: 476
    Joined: Aug 24th, 2004
    Re: Vocals and fullscreen
    Opps! It looks like the link didn\'t work. Can you supply that again? I\'d like to check-out what these guys are doing! I\'ve spent sooooo much time in the past trying to isolate certain vocals with EQs that I can\'t imagine anything working well ... you\'d have to do a lot of re-synthesis to put frequencies back into the signal. Anyway, I\'d love to check out their system.
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