So you want to impress your friends with your ability to sing, but only like to listen to boring old top 40 songs, and the new Karaoke machine you just bought is broken. What can you do? Is all lost? NO! Do not do anything drastic! There’s still hope – Introducing AnalogX Vocal Remover!
AnalogX Vocal Remover works on the same principles that hardware removers do – that in most instances vocals are equally mixed in both channels, and can be identified and therefore removed by simply changing the phase on one channel 180 degrees. Although this does not remove vocals in all cases, works in many cases, and sometimes can be used to remove bass or break beat sections as well, which I find very good for sampling! Depending on the effects used on vocals, sometimes the reverb or ambience of the voice.
To use DirectX Vocal Remover, your application must support DirectX Audio Plugins, and must also be compatible with any real time or non real-time processing (such as Paris, Cakewalk, WaveLab, CoolEdit, etc.) Vocal Remover REQUIRES a flow stereo sound and supports 16-bit or 32-bit or data types.
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In order to use the WinAmp Vocal Remover, you must already have WinAmp installed on your system, but requires a stereo sound stream, and is only compatible with 16 bits of data types. Vocal Remover works on all versions of Windows from Windows 95 to Windows 7 and in between everything (including XP, Vista, Win2k, etc.).