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Old 12-08-1999, 03:39 PM
fools golden ears fools golden ears is offline
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Default Plugin to move vocal?

I've heard about a plugin that can remove a vocal track from a full mix. Does anyone know if this is true? If so, how well does it work?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-10-1999, 08:43 AM
Stratman Stratman is offline
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Default Re: Plugin to move vocal?

The SFX Machine by Bias has a patch called "vocal remover". It removes all the center content in a stereo file alright, but it leaves you with a strange sounding mono track...in other words it's not very hi-fi. If you are looking to remove the vocal at any sonic cost, then it is pretty cool.

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