How do you edit a song to make it clean?

How do you edit a song to make it clean?

How to Create a Clean Version of a Song for Free

  1. Step 1: Download and Install Audacity. The first thing you’ll need to do is download and install the free and open-source software Audacity.
  2. Step 2: Highlight the Area You Want to Edit.
  3. Step 3: Reverse the Inappropriate Words.

What does clean version mean?

The Clean version you see next to some of the Music titles means that the song/Album is edited out, like songs on the radio and does not contain any offensive content. Often swearing is taken out, lyrics deemed too violent for general people.

What is a radio edit in film?

A RADIO EDIT is a way to edit a project (short film, feature film, music video – anything) and tell the story by laying out all the audio first.

Why are there clean versions of songs?

If you listen to music on the radio, chances are you’ll hear a lot of lyrics that don’t match the ones on the original album recordings. When songs get profanity, obscenity or references to drugs or sex removed for broadcast, it’s a process known as clean editing.

Why do radios play clean songs?

Explicit language is usually seen as distasteful in the eyes of most people especially around children. So for music to be cleaned for the radio is a simple process of doing what’s best for everyone’s listening preferences. Because the FCC forbids foul language in the airwaves.

What makes a song radio friendly?

Radio Songs Are Time-Conscious. This simply means that you as the songwriter must also be very time-conscious if you hope to hear your song on the radio. While there is no hard and fast rule for song length, most radio-friendly songs run from 3 to 3½ minutes. If the song goes over 4½ minutes, it is usually too long.

What does E mean in Spotify?

Spotify includes explicit content because we offer it how the artist intends it to be heard. Look out for EXPLICIT or E tags on any releases.

How do I get a clean version of a song?

Firstly, look for “radio edit” versions, as they tend to be clean and aren’t so hard to find on most music download stores. Alternatively, you could look to joining a record pool – someone like DJcity has lots of versions and often these services carry clean versions exactly for DJs such as yourself.