# How to Make AI Cover

# - Simple AI cover tutorial, using RVC -


# 1. Extract vocals

  • Have the audio file of your song ready, & let's extract the vocals from it with an audio isolation software.

  • RVC is designed to work with voices only, so to get the best results the sample must be clean, with no undesired noises.

  • # Learn how.


# 2. Get voice model

  • Learn about them & how to search one here. Be sure to leave credits to the model maker.

  • In case the model doesn't exist, click here.


# 3. Convert the vocals

  • After obtaining the vocals & model, it's time to set up RVC & do inference.

  • There are plenty of versions of RVC, but these are the best ones for beginners. Pick according to your needs:



# Tips

  • Congratulations, you've made it to the final part. Now it's to mix the song.
  • You're free to use any DAW, but we recommend FL Studio or BandLab, as they are beginner-friendly. You can start by searching some of their mixing tutorials on YouTube.
  • Recommendations for the mix:
    • Match the volume of the vocals to the same level as the original ones.
    • Add reverb to the vocals (not to the instrumental), to the same level as the original one.
    • Add delay if the original vocals had it.
    • Remove the very low frequencies, ranging from 20 to 100.
    • For presence and clarity, increase the high range a bit.
    • Normalize the audio.
    • Use compressor on vocals.
  • Regarding what to do with the backing vocals, you have 4 options:
    1. Simply leave the original ones in.
    2. Convert them using Mangio-Crepe with a higher hop length.
    3. Record yourself singing them & convert the audio with RVC.
    4. Make vocals from scratch using a voice synthesizer (like SynthV) & convert them with RVC.

Last update: Mar 1, 2024