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  1. 30-08-2020  #1

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    FFT Multi Tool (utagoe alternative for REAPER)

    Instructions
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    0. Install REAPER DAW ( www.reaper.fm ).

    1. Extract ALL of below into your Reaper EFFECTS folder.

    https://github.com/junh1024/Reaper-S...ive/master.zip

    REAPER/Effects (for portable install)
    REAPER/Installdata/Effects (for normal install)

    2. Open this template in REAPER , it will prompt to choose your full & instrumental file.

    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...t_template.rpp

    3. zoom in using mousewheel & align tracks.

    4. play & adjust FFT MT settings

    5. File > Render to export.

    Benefits:
    - don't pre align, align using the REAPER GUI.
    - adjust & hear the results in realtime, not 1 minute later.
    - faster workflow
    - REAPER supports mp3, FLAC, vorbis, etc. Not just WAV
    - generic algorithm with transient addition for vox, may be slightly better than utagoe

    Sound Example:
    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...o51d-samp1.mp3
    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...o51d-samp2.mp3


    Last edited by junh1024; 07-09-2020 at 13:01.

  2. 06-09-2020  #2

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    Any chance to make this for other DAWs in the future? Japanese engineer Todaken invented Utagoe btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by INGSOC View Post
    Any chance to make this for other DAWs in the future?
    REAPER supports up to 64ch so it's possible for FFTMT to have an elegant design to work on 4ch directly (dual stereo). So you need only 2 tracks to work it.

    If your DAW only supports stereo/2ch, You can already do this with kn0ckout VST but you need 6 tracks with complex & awkward routing. SO there's no way to use FFTMT subtract & we're back to square 1.

    You can load the JS/txt with https://www.reaper.fm/reaplugs/ VST on windows & set the appropriate options for FFTMT subtract if your DAW supports at least 4ch (or 5.1 surround) & flexible routing. The idea is this: send the instro to ch3-4 of the full mix, and use FFTMT to subtract.
    Last edited by junh1024; 06-09-2020 at 23:54.

  4. 07-09-2020  #4

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    I'm lost. What exactly is the purpose of this?
    Music is a part of everyone's soul

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewAgeRipper View Post
    I'm lost. What exactly is the purpose of this?
    subtract instrumental from full to get vocals just like UTAGOE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by junh1024 View Post
    subtract instrumental from full to get vocals just like UTAGOE?
    LMAO. That still didn't explain anything.
    Music is a part of everyone's soul

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewAgeRipper View Post
    LMAO. That still didn't explain anything.
    In utagoe you load it up with a instrumental of a song and the cd version of same song and if your lucky utagoe will output a acapella for you. I have had great success using it to make pellas. What this guy is saying is you can now use Reaper to do the same thing one difference is in utagoe it lines up the tracks for you and in Reaper you have to do it yourself. I hope I explained this right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewAgeRipper View Post
    LMAO. That still didn't explain anything.
    I have now included sound examples in 1st post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilinvilin View Post
    In utagoe you load it up with a instrumental of a song and the cd version of same song and if your lucky utagoe will output a acapella for you. I have had great success using it to make pellas. What this guy is saying is you can now use Reaper to do the same thing one difference is in utagoe it lines up the tracks for you and in Reaper you have to do it yourself. I hope I explained this right...
    Ah OK. Well now if this would work in reverse to get instrumentals like Anjoks project that would be great.
    Music is a part of everyone's soul

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