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I've finished porting the vocal remover kn0ck0ut to LV2.
It uses spectral subtraction between the two channels instead of just
subtracting the signals directly, so if you tweak with the parameters, you
probably should be able to get better results. You can download it at
(click "Downloads" and then "0.1" if you just want the source for the first
release. To build it, just run make and then make install. You will need
fftw and lv2-c++-tools installed already.)
On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 4:14 AM, Jeremy Salwen wrote:
> I actually tonight started porting the VST plugin kn0ck0ut(
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Ken,I've finished porting the vocal remover kn0ck0=
ut=A0to LV2.It uses spectral subtraction between =
the two channels instead of just subtracting the signals directly, so if yo=
u tweak with the parameters, you probably should be able to get better resu=
lts. =A0You can download it at=A0https://github.com/jeremysalwen/kn0ck0ut-L=
(click "Downloads" and then "0.1" i=
f you just want the source for the first release. =A0To build it, just run =
make and then make install. =A0You will need fftw and lv2-c++-tools install=
JeremyOn Wed, May 18, 2011 at 4:14 AM, Jeremy Salwen <email@example.com> =
I actually tonight started porting the VST =
plugin kn0ck0ut(http://www.freewebs.com/st3pan0va/) to LV2.=A0 It seems like it d=
oes a pretty good job (I can find posts of people raving about it, although=
I haven't tried it out myself).
You can see it here: https://github.com/jeremysalwen/kn0ck0ut-LV2=
=A0 although it is still a ways from completion.When it's done =
hopefully it will give you exactly what you want.
JeremyOn Wed, May 18, 2011 at 12:44 AM, Ken Restivo =
Is there a JACK-capable vocal remover or vocal eliminator tool for linux? i=
.e. for karaoke applications.
My daughter seems to be much more interested in singing along with dance-po=
p tracks than in creating her own.
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