Tutorial How to make MR REMOVEd as well as ACAPELLA

November 21, 2011

MR removed video is trending now. Netizen is willing to know more about the quality of their idols. So, why don't you make your own? In this occasion, I want to share some steps to do the trick. Without the further ado, check out the tips!

First you need to make a clean bgm/instrument for the foundation of your MR. The quality of your Mr. Removed will depend mostly in this step. If you don't know how to do it, you can read "HOW TO REMOVE MUSIC BACKGROUD with 5 steps ." in the article below.

Second, you need a cool software to  split the vocal with the music. This software was made by Japanese people and it's pretty easy to use.

This software called as utagoe, a powerful vocal ripper. It will remove the vocal in a song, to make a clear background music for karaoke. But we will reverse the purpose as well as the process.

To make a MR Removed, We won't remove the vocal, instead we will remove the music background. (Do you get my idea?) Although this software purpose is to remove vocal from a song, but we can use it to split the music with the actual live vocal too. DOWNLOAD UTAGOE HERE

Tutorial, read it HereYou need to adjust it carefully to get a perfect MR. removed, and you're done!

The first step is very important, because the quality of your MR. removed depends on it. And that's the reason why it's easier to make a mr removed from a ballad / slow song. Separating the voice from lousy music background is very hard. Sometime, the software cannot differentiates them. If u want to remove the music & noise completely, the singer's voice will be stretch a lot. If there more than 1 voice, the software will use the loudest voice as a standard & delete the rest of them. So the lower voice will be identified as a noise & removed. Only the loudest voice will remain. THAT'S WHY, my wise advice, DON'T JUDGE a vocal of a singer by their mr removed. Listen to their A capella instead.

If you want some tips to difference whether a singer sing live or not, read this few tips.


To do this you need some software, let say, audacity or audiograber or any audio software. If you've mastered the trick above, and feel that it isn't meet your standard of quality, okay, why don't you try another trick? If in MR REMOVED the actual vocal sound was distorted, Damaged, It's the opposite if you make it acapella way. Basically, it split the audio, so we will just take the audio contain only the vocal. 

You can make this by using the 6 channels audio tracks from 5.1 ac3 surround, (ripped by any official DVD concert outthere) Delete all channel and save up one which have the vocal. You can extract the DVD using DVD Audio Extractor. or let say: BeSweet GUI!
You need to rip the center channel off the 5.1 audio. The voice in MR REMOVED versions is distorted but in this version it still remains untouched.


HOW TO REMOVE VOCAL SOUND, and get the instrumental:
1. Import your stereo file into Audacity.
2. Open the track menu (click the arrow next to the track title), and choose “Split Stereo Track.”
3. Select the lower track (the right channel) by clicking it in the area around the mute/solo buttons.
4. Choose “Invert” from the Effects menu.
5. Using the track menus, change each track to “Mono.”

Press the Play button to hear the results. If you are lucky, the voice will be gone but most of the other instruments will be unaffected, just like a karaoke track. You can use the Export commands in the File menu to save the results.


Software to use: Audacity
By: Meaghan Ellis

1. Open the Audacity program. Double-click on its icon, which can be found on your computer's desktop. Allow the program to load successfully before accessing any commands or functions in the program.

2. Load the song you wish to remove the background music from into the program. Click on the "File" tab on the navigation menu at the top of the screen. Select the "Open" option in the "File" drop box menu. Locate and select the MP 3 FILE file you wish to edit, and click on the "Open" button in the lower-right corner of the pop-up window.

3. Adjust the high pass filter. Highlight the entire wave pattern that will be displayed for the song. Click on the "Effects" tab in the top menu on the program's screen, and select the "High Pass Filter" option. The High Pass Filter will enable you to extract the song's vocals, which will eliminate the background music. Listen to the song, and move the lever to the left, at your own discretion, to extract the vocals. Click "OK" to configure your editing.

4. adjust the low pass filter. Move the low pass filter lever in the opposite direction to reduce the distortion in the wave pattern. Listen to the song closely to apply this editorial configuration at your own discretion. Click "OK" to apply your settings.

5. Save your work. Click on the "File" tab, and select the "Save As" option. When the Windows Explorer screen opens, type a name for your edited file in the data form. Click on the "Save As" option to confirm your action.

Deesser is a frequency range, a crossover utilizing lowpass and highpass filters.
Dynamics Processor allows you to control the level (volume) of your audio. When set up correctly, it does this in a transparent way, not making hugely noticeable alterations to the sound, but nevertheless giving you the control that you may need.

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