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K-JF
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Is there any way to invert wav. samples in caustic?

I would like to create some acapellas, and of course to do that you need to invert samples. Is it possible to invert samples in caustic, and if not, do you know of any apps (for android) that can?

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This is new to me, why do you

This is new to me, why do you have to invert the samples?

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@JHSound

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Basically, if you want to use some vocals from a song, and if the og producer hasn't posted the og vocals online then you can get them on your own in a few ways.

The way I learned works if you have the og song and an instrumental version of that song.
You take either the instrumental version or the og song and invert it.

When you have two samples that are almost exactly the same, but one is inverted, they will cancel each other out and you are left with what is different between the versions.

TL:DR
If you have both the og song and the instrumental version, if you invert one of them and start the samples at theg exact same time you will be left with an acapella.

I hope that is a good explanation

Daniele Zummo
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Try with this app: https:/
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THANK YOU SO MUCH DANIELE!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH DANIELE!!!

Btw JHSound, here is an example of what I meant.

As you can hear in this example, there is still quite a bit left from the original song.

That is because i ripped the samples straight from yt, and yt has a habit downgrading the audio quality.
Because of that there are other differences in the audio which makes this process not as effective.

However, if you have an hq version, you will hear much less of the og song, but it is how it is.

Hope this helps!

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Your explanation was

Your explanation was perfectly clear and I really appreciate it.  Made perfect sense as a way to hack the vocals. Always good to something new.