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  • mudlord
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  • amdx2
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thank you very much ! its working fine on my foobar
but 1 question : this is for karaoke vocal remover?

  • mudlord
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Reply #27
Only one way to find out I guess.

  • db1989
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Reply #28
I should have said this back when I downloaded it: thanks for the recompile!

  • absinthe33
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Hi, I don't know if this plugin is still being developed, but would it be possible to implement another setting from the original CCGui?

What I'm talking about is the option 'Bass to sides' (and possible 'Dual mono center' too). I really would like the option of moving the bass to the sides in Foobar too, because I found it has quite an impact on the phase. Sides without the bass is always out of phase, while the other one is always IN phase! I prefer the Foobar version btw, because it also takes 32float files, where the CCGUI.exe doesn't...

Thanks in advance!
  • Last Edit: 11 October, 2011, 12:18:19 AM by absinthe33

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I'm bumping this because this is the best component I could ever wished for. Not only am I finding this extremely useful for tabbing songs, but it also lets me hear melodies that are hard to hear when listening to the full mix.

I want to know how to reproduce this while using my DAW. What did you do to cut whatever is panned to the center and what's hard panned?


  • xnor
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Reply #31
"I hear it when I see it."

  • db1989
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Reply #32
Wow, thanks for that! I was especially amused by this:
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Disclaimer: I'm not an audio researcher and am not familiar with the audio literature, so excuse me if I use the wrong terms or fail to acknowledge past work, as I am not familiar with existing advanced algorithms for vocal removal. I came up with this algorithm one day after a discussion about vector projection in lower-division math class, so I didn't do any research before devising the algorithm.
Must be nice to be able to make something like this as a lark while (apparently) knowing next to nothing about it! Modesty, eh?

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Reply #33
Well, I don't think you need much audio/DSP knowledge to come up with this algorithm.  What's more important is vector math etc. like he wrote.
  • Last Edit: 26 November, 2011, 02:36:59 PM by xnor
"I hear it when I see it."

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Yeah, I’m sure you’re correct. It’s just that it still seems quite impressive to a layman like myself.

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Thread necromancy I know, but it's a real shame foo_dsp_centrecut seems to have vanished, the link in the op to the version for foobar2000 v1.x is dead

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Reply #36
Actually, following the trail showed me that the link in mudlord’s post has disappeared, presumably because of his current Group… of which I wasn’t aware until now.

But you’re in luck:

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Reply #37
The latest foobar is saying this is unsupported when I try to add it, any fix?

  • mudlord
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Reply #38
Loads fine here.
  • Last Edit: 20 February, 2014, 07:00:38 AM by mudlord

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Reply #39
That's odd, it's working fine here now too. Hmm, must of been due to system updates and needing a restart.

  • stephan_g
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This one is handy! It cleans up a crackly mono LP (recorded in stereo) much better than a plain mono downmix, as you'd expect.
My little "blogalike":
http://stephan.win31.de/music.htm