Tips on use of ADX VVC in Cubase

You can quickly acquire the audio you want to separate by Exporting the Audio Mixdown from the File Menu after setting the left and right locators on the desired audio.

After having run a separation, VVC allows you to move the vocal to the left and right within the stereo field of the mix. To use this feature on a mono file, you have to put your audio file on a stereo track.

ADX VVC has been designed to be used as a pre-fader plugin. On a post-fader insert slot, ADX VVC will behave differently.

Tips on use of ADX VVC in Ableton Live

You can acquire the audio you want to separate by using the Export Audio function from the File menu.

If you are using ADX VVC in Live’s Arrangement View, you can acquire, separate and control volume level and pan position of the main vocal or lead melody line as with any other DAW, all of which are described in this user guide. However, if you wish to use ADX VVC in the Session View, please keep the following points in mind:

When the separation is complete, ADX VVC is playing the extracted vocal part at the exact same time as your original song, and that is what permits you to adjust the level of the volume and the pan position. If you cannot ensure that the two parts are played at the same time, VVC won’t work as expected. The clips in Session View represent small loops within the linear running time of the Arrangement in Live. It is from this Arrangement time that ADX VVC derives its timing information. For this reason, you're recommended to use VVC only when working in Live’s Arrangement View.

Tips on use of ADX VVC in Studio One

You can acquire the audio you want to separate by clicking on Export Mixdown from the Song Menu.

When working on a Project, ADX VVC has to be put in the master inserts.