How to Listen to Only Vocals

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Listening to only vocals on a track can help put them in context with the rest of the song. Find out how to listen to only vocals with help from a DJ and event planner in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Winston Widdes, DJ Evolved, broadcasting from Level 3 Records Studios here in San Diego, California for eHow.com and today we're going to be talking about how to listen only to vocals. If I have something, if I know my vocals are in a certain frequency range, then I can simply go to the EQ and just try to pick out the, if I know it's in let's say the mid range I could cut out the lows and highs of the instrumental leaving just the vocal but that's kind of sloppy and it's not going to give us great results but it is one technique and the final technique is to really just go through and either sing it yourself or hire a professional singer to record those vocals and that will give you a clean vocal of that sample of that song that you want. So those are a few different options, a few different techniques for being able to listen to only vocals. So, once again, I'm Winston Widdes, DJ Evolved, broadcasting from Level 3 Records Studios here in San Diego, California for eHow.com and we've just finished talking about how to listen to only vocals.

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