Vocal remover allows to remove lead vocal from many recordings. It bases on a common technique used in song mastering – lead vocal is usually mixed equally between both stereo channels.
Vocal Remover has several parameters.
Enable switch allows to turn vocal remover or and off.
Level controls the intensity of the effect. By default the reduction is as heavy as possible.
Changing Balance can give better results with songs where vocals are panned to one of the channels.
Attenuation allows to increase the volume of the output if necessary.
Bass boost and Treble boost control the amount of low and high frequencies that are left untouched by the algorithm. Enabling them usually improves the quality of the vocal removed material.
Vocal Remover gives good results for many CD tracks. You need to remember that it is not a magic tool and will not work if vocals are mixed in non-standard way. Sometimes the song is produced in a different way and sound effects (reverb or chorus) applied to the lead vocal disturb the algorithm. And also MP3 files usually do not give good results as compression changes the internal structure of the recording, so it is best to use WAV files created from CD tracks (converting MP3 to WAV will not improve quality).