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Old 19th September 2003, 12:01   #1  |  Link
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Stereo to 5.1 Surround(NEW METOD)

Hi! This is my first post.
I've been regular visitor for about 1 year to this forum & all I can say is BIG THANK YOU.I do understand "The Ambisonic Metod" & I did lots of conversions in this way.
Another way that I use at the moment is this:
Import stereo wav in Adobe Audition,Multitrack layout,wiev Multichannel Encoder,on the right side there is track options,I choose surround panner,stereo source,adjust sub channel level to 50,center channel 100,track level 100.Export options:Export as 6 individual mono wave files.After that import just the LFE in Sound Forge & apply resonant filter @ 65 Hz,Resonance 2.0,Wet/Dry 100%,Apply filter settings & export as 48000,32 Bit mono.The LFE now is set all I need now is surround "effect".
Import the LeftSurround & RightSurround in Sound Forge apply "AnalogX Vocal Remover" & export them again to the same dir where I have the other files.Now I have 6 mono wave files ready for encoding AC3,DTS.
The Final result sounds good to me,but if anyone knows better solutions(excluding "The Ambisonic Metod) please let us know.
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hey DSP8000,
seems easy and cool!
thanks.

take a read on this thread,have another simple way too:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...ht=surroundboy

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how do you burn and what program do you use?
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Old 15th October 2003, 05:39   #5  |  Link
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How to burn?

Depends if you want DVD or CD.
For DVD, endless methods(one of them EOH's Guide with DVD-Architect),
but if you want DVD-Audio then you'll have to buy diskWelder(Minnetonka's Site).I work just with DVD-Architect,but yesterday I had a look at DVDLab(nice & easy) because supports DTS,I like it>
If you want DTS or DD CD just burn as red book audio with your prefered burning app.Probably one of the fastest ways is just choose music compilation in DVD-A.
Anyway I found VST vocal remover that works better than AnalogX~,
"karakao" in this way I can work inside Bidule & get superb results.
Like I said in my first post TNX. to everyone on this forum.
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It's a easy way! And I tried your procedure use a movie. But I have some questions,
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After that import just the LFE in Sound Forge & apply resonant filter @ 65 Hz,Resonance 2.0,Wet/Dry 100%,Apply filter settings & export as 48000,32 Bit mono.The LFE now is set all I need now is surround "effect".

Import the LeftSurround & RightSurround in Sound Forge apply "AnalogX Vocal Remover" & export them again to the same dir where I have the other files.
I have download SOUND FORGE 8.0b (latest version) but I can not find the filter named RESONANT. Same thing, I can not find a filter can easily remove vocal! If these filter is supplied by a third party, where can I download them?

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I can not find a filter can easily remove vocal! If these filter is supplied by a third party, where can I download them?

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In Sound Forge go to [Process > Channel Converter] choose "
stereo to stereo Vocal cut" from the preset dropdown menu.


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