How to Remove Background Music in Sony Vegas?

This tutorial will show you how to remove the background music in your Sony Vegas video project, leaving only the audio from your video footage.

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Introduction

Are you looking for a way to remove background music in Sony Vegas? There are several ways you can do this, depending on the version of Vegas you have and the resources you have available. In this article, we’ll show you how to remove background music in Sony Vegas using three different methods.

Step 1: Locate the audio file

The first step to removing background music in Sony Vegas is to locate the audio file that you want to remove. You can do this by opening the “Audio” tab on the left-hand side of the screen. Then, find the audio file that you want to remove and click on it.

Step 2: Insert the audio file into the timeline

Launch Sony Vegas on your computer and click the “Audio” icon on the top left corner to import the audio file containing the background music. Alternatively, you can directly drag and drop the file into Sony Vegas.

Step 3: Select the “Invert” option

In the “Invert” drop-down menu, select the “Invert” option. This will invert the colors in your video, making the background black and the foreground white.

Step 4: Adjust the volume

Now that your music is playing in the background, it’s time to adjust the volume. In the “Transition” section of the Effects tab, find the “Volume” effect and drag it onto your video clip in the timeline. A small window will pop up. From here, you can click and drag the white line to lower or raise the volume of your music. You can also click and drag the yellow markers to create a fade in or fade out effect for your music.

Step 5: Export the file

After you’re happy with your work, it’s time to render the file and export it for use elsewhere. Right-click anywhere in the composition and select “Render as..” A new window will pop up asking you to choose a format and location for the file.

Under the “Format” dropdown menu, select either an mp3 or wav file — both are standard audio formats that can be used in a variety of applications. For the “Location” field, choose where you want to save the file on your computer. Once you’ve made your selections, click “Render” and Sony Vegas will export the file according to your specifications.

Conclusion

In Sony Vegas, you can remove background music by extracting the audio track and then muting it. To do this, first select the audio track that you want to remove. Then, go to the “Effects” tab and select “Extract Audio.” Next, go to the “Audio” tab and mute the track.

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