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    well, its my first time using sony vegas pro ever, and i was wondering if anyone would tell me how to take a certain part out of a music file and then make it repeat and turn it into another music file repeating the same tune step by step. thank you.

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    Depends on what yu mean by a "part".

    If you mean a sequence in time (eg a riff, a bar, or a chorus), simply place the audio on the timeline (or tin the trimmer) and use "S" to split before and after. Adjust the begining and end for accuracy (click & drag) then either:
    (a) cut & paste as many time sas you like
    (b) create a sub-clip from the selection. Place the subclip on the timeline. Ensure "loop" is on and drag for as many repeats as you like or
    (c) render out to a file. Re-import that file. Put it on the time line, ensure "loop" is on and drag for as many repeats as you like

    If by part you mean separate an instrument/voice from the track - good luck. this is like separating the ingrediants after you've baked a cake. You certainly can't do it in Vegas (though judicious use of EQ may help a bit) but Sony has a new product "Spectral Layers" which may have a good go at this.
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    .......No return reply from OP.....
    In Vegas Studio v10. there is a plug-in called Vocal Eraser, I've not used it, but understand it uses the phasing to revmove any "centre" voice - but I suspect it doesn't remove it entirely, unless the thing is set-up "just right".... which it never is! Some adjustment of the "Pan" setting might help . . . . maybe.

    I bought the production suite and you can (select clip), export the whole Audio into SoundForge, play with it, clip start/finish/edit clicks etc. (best to reduce their volume to zero, so as to preserve clip-timing... then Export as a "named .WAV file" - this can be brought into VS as Audio media and plonked on the timetine.
    I'm not keen on "S" splitting any clip if this can be avoided - which it can in this case.

    The above avoids cutting the timeline clip and there is no need to Remove from Group, when using SoundForge. I suspect Pro will have similar Export facility . . . maybe to Audacity where those cuts can be made.

    er, FWIW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vidmanners View Post
    I'm not keen on "S" splitting any clip if this can be avoided - which it can in this case.
    Why?

    And why faff about with all that exporting when Vegas will do the job par excellance? Vegas started life as an audio editor - and even with little skill cracking results can be achived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Lockwood View Post
    Why?
    I was just going to ask the same!
    Tim

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