[LAU] [LAD] Announcing Kn0ck0ut-LV2, spectral subtraction plugin

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Date: Sunday, August 7, 2011 - 9:58 am

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Hello all,

I am pleased to announce that the first release of
Kn0ck0ut-LV2is ready.
Kn0ck0ut-LV2 is a port of the very popular VST "Spectral
Subtractor/Vocal Remover" plugin Kn0ck0ut,
with added features and improvements.

Kn0ck0ut-LV2 is primarily useful for either isolating or removing the
"center channel" of stereo recordings. If you have center panned vocals,
you can use this to get the classic effects of "karaoke" or "vocal
extraction". However, if you turn the controls to the extremes and/or feed
it two unrelated signals, you can also get a variety of unique sounds.

On top of Kn0ck0ut's functionality, I offer these improvements in
Kn0ck0ut-LV2:

* Improved performance through use of FFTW and more efficent buffering code
* Completely variable FFT size and overlap amount controls.

* Experimental "Phase Compensation" option, which will perhaps preserve
additional fidelity in certain cases.
* Restored Low-cut filter which was removed in later releases.

If this all sounds great, a direct download link for the sources is
here.
In order to compile, you need lv2core, fftw3, and lv2-c++-tools

A special thanks to St3pan0va, the original author of kn0ck0ut.

Comments/questions are welcome.

Jeremy Salwen

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Hello all,=A0 I am pleased to announce that the first release of Kn0ck0ut-LV2 is =
ready.=A0 Kn0ck0ut-LV2 is a port of the very popular VST "Spectral Sub=
tractor/Vocal Remover" plugin Kn0ck0ut, with added features and improvements.=A0

Kn0ck0ut-LV2 is primarily useful for either isolating or removing the &=
quot;center channel" of stereo recordings.=A0 If you have center panne=
d vocals, you can use this to get the classic effects of "karaoke&quot=
; or "vocal extraction".=A0 However, if you turn the controls to =
the extremes and/or feed it two unrelated signals, you can also get a varie=
ty of unique sounds.

On top of Kn0ck0ut's functionality, I offer these improvements in K=
n0ck0ut-LV2:* Improved performance through use of FFTW and more ef=
ficent buffering code* Completely variable FFT size and overlap amount =
controls.

* Experimental "Phase Compensation" option, which will perhaps pr=
eserve additional fidelity in certain cases.* Restored Low-cut fil=
ter which was removed in later releases.If this all sounds great,=
a direct download link for the sources is here.=A0 In order to compile, you =
need lv2core, fftw3, and lv2-c++-tools

A special thanks to St3pan0va, the original author of kn0ck0ut.=
Comments/questions are welcome.Jeremy Salwen

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[LAU] [LAD] Announcing Kn0ck0ut-LV2, spectral subtraction pl..., Jeremy Salwen, (Sun Aug 7, 9:58 am)
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