Karaoke, Rotation, Panning & more

We could rename this to something like:
“Stereo Field Rotationn
(or Pan, where indicated)”
By the way, “Voice Trap 020” has in comparison 5 Buttons and 17 Controls (!!!) and there seem to be no complaints about that (Although most users won’t understand the 10th part of the documentation).
Learning by doing is still the best way. And that’s also the reason why I’ve included those play options. I urge no one to use the special effects. They are included because they improve the overall removal/isolation effect.
The Stereo Field Rotation for example can’t be found anywhere else. All LFO panning/Rotating effects work only with mono sounds (even if the input is stereo).
If you can’t figure out where a vocal is panned too, you can choose the “Variable Rotation” with 1 degree per second and afterwards remove the center from this track.
The time (in s), where the attenuation of the aimed at voice is the lowest corresponds to the degrees you have to enter to improve the removal. This can’t be done automatically. But again, no one is forced to make use of this functionality - just press Enter and hope for the best.

Exactly so. The mere usage of “low/high cut” implies a filter.
Any ideas how to rename these?
e.g. “Lower Boundary for Vocal Removal/Isolation (Hz)”
And we could set “(Full Range)” behind the Center actions or write “Remove whole Center”.

It is the most useful of all the options because it is less destructive and highly flexible.
The principle is to duplicate a track and apply the inverted Isolation.
When you play the tracks together, the center won’t be heard.
By adjusting the gain of the center-track, you can exactly adjust how much of the original voice remains in the mix.
If you lower the gain of the center, you’ll end up with a “Sing-along” version (so called in Adobe Audition) that still has some vocals.
With the envelope tool you’re even more flexible and can create a duc effect that is superior to the current autoduc because it is smoother and more natural.
Here’s a short step-by-step tutorial about a related topic: