How to Remove Wind Instruments
Wind instruments are a fascinating and diverse group of musical instruments that rely on the vibration of a column of air to produce sound. From the bright and brassy tones of the trumpet and trombone to the smooth and sultry sounds of the clarinet and saxophone, wind instruments offer a wide range of musical possibilities. They are often featured in solo performances and ensembles, and are an essential part of many different styles of music, including classical, jazz, and rock and roll.
There could be various reasons why someone would want to isolate or remove wind instruments from a song or video. You may want to study the sound of wind instruments in a particular piece, incorporate the wind stem into your mix or create some other unique arrangements. Whatever the case may be, you can always count on LALAL.AI to help you extract wind instruments from any track. Follow the simple steps below to start the wind stem splitting.
- Open LALAL.AI in your browser. It’s also available as a desktop and mobile application.
- Click the Vocal and Instrumental button. It will open the Stem Separation Types list.
- Select the Wind option in the drop-down list.
- Click Select Files to upload your audio or video file. The service supports MP3, OGG, WAV, FLAC, AVI, MP4, MKV, AIFF, and AAC formats.
- Play the previews of two stems – one containing the wind instruments, the other with the rest of the music.
- Split the track in full. Below the preview section, select either Starter (Free) or one of the paid packs.
- Sign up and click Process the Entire File.
- Get your tracks. They will be available in the same quality as the original file.
Proceed to the next step if you like what you hear. If you don’t, upload another version of your track or try another one.
If you’ve selected the Starter pack, you will be able to listen to the entire tracks online.
If you’ve selected one of the paid packs, you will be able to listen and download the full tracks. The download links are also going to be sent to the email you’ve signed up with.