VoiX 1.0.0 Beta 5 ~ crack/serial/keygen
VoiX is an easy-to-use, small, simple and reliable vocal elimination software which can reduce the vocal from stereo songs.
To perform vocal reduction, you MUST be able to hear the frequencies you are trying to remove. The following three components are VERY important in reproducing the frequencies present in the music and vocals.
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Audio output Digital-to-Analog converters - These are located on a sound card or build on the motherboard. They should be high enough quality to properly reproduce the original music as clearly as your stereo system would play the song on the original CD.
Speakers or Headphones - If these output devices do not accurately reproduce the low and high frequencies, you will not be able to hear what you need to adjust.
These are VoiX's parameters:
voix [input] [output] [pan] [invert] [amplitude] [low] [high]
input: The filename of the wave file. You can type the name of a wave file to be vocal reduced, the input file must be a Microsoft PCM file, and must be uncompressed.
output: The filename of the wave file. You can type the name of a wave file to write the processed song, the output file will be the same size as the input file.
WARNING: If the filename contains a character like " "(space), please use '' " '' to declare the filename!
pan: The vocal pan. You can adjust the pan if the song is not center-panned. But most songs are center-panned (singer is center stage). Be careful to use this function! The value is from -100 to 100, -100 means the vocal is on the left, 100 means the vocal is on the right. 0 means the vocal is center.
invert: If you want to make the processed song compatible with mono speakers, please set the value to 1, so the right vocal track will be inverted; otherwise set the value to 0.
amplitude: The amplitude of the vocal track. You can adjust the amplitude to make the song better.
low: The cutoff frequency for the low-pass filter. A low-pass filter only passes frequencies that are BELOW the cutoff frequency. You can adjust this value to remove the vocal low frequencies.
Male voices require setting the value lower, removing more music low frequencies. Female voices allow setting the value higher, leaving more music low frequencies.
high: The cutoff frequency for the high-pass filter. A high-pass filter only passes frequencies that are ABOVE the cutoff frequency. You can adjust this value to remove the vocal high frequencies.
Male voices allow setting the value lower, leaving more music high frequencies. Female voices require setting the value higher, removing more music high frequencies.
Your Ears! - These are not as easy to change as the others are above. However, it is important to realize that if you cannot hear the low and high frequencies that others hear, you will not be able to do as good a job removing/reducing the vocals as someone with an extended hearing range could do. If you know you have some hearing loss, ask someone to be in the room with you when you do vocal reduction so they can help guide yofu beyond your hearing.
￭ A 300 MHz or faster processor speed, either Intel or AMD.
￭ requires at least 64MB RAM to run correctly
￭ A hard drive with sufficient storage to hold audio .wav files. Wav files require 10.6 Megabytes per minute of song file length. Thus a 5-minute song will require 51.1MB storage. VoiX Serial creates an output file the same length as the input file because it does not modify your master recordings.
￭ A sound card is required to hear the audio, but not to run VoiX.