Greetings. I'm looking for a filter or tool that can remove the music from a live video source (e.g., a NASA broadcast), while leaving the voices and non-musical noises. It doesn't have to be perfect, but it needs to remove/mute enough of the music to avoid triggering YouTube's copyright detection, and not mess up the voices too much. To be clear: I'm not trying to circumvent copyright rules. I'm trying to remove potentially-copyrighted incidental background music from an otherwise copyright-free broadcast. This is my "holy grail".
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¿Can you please recommend me some good books with "hands on" information about how to implement a live sound event?
I've looked. But the ones I've found on amazon always have too much theory. I have theory books. I want the "how to's", the "be careful's", the "what not to do's". All the applied stuff.
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Except instead of super deep, full rack mounts, I want to take build a gatorcase with a small, 4mic pre soundboard and a 6U HALF RACK space beneath it. In the six rack spaces:
Some of the specifications I am looking for are closed back, encapsulating the ear completely, comfortable headband, single lead from one side and neutral response.
AP812 Powered Mixer A, B Amps 450 watts into 4 ohms
Pr. YX15's 300 Watts pgm Plan to use these as FOH
Pr. E12's or PL10's for stage monitors (the E12's are probably the best spkr I have)
LS200 powered sub
Also have rack with :
AP2020 (600W into 4 ohms)
AP500 (250W into 4)
Heavy/loud young rock bands