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Ultimate Vocal Remover UVR GUI v5.6.0 WiN macOS [FREE] screenshot
FREE | 26 September 2023 | 1.57 GB / 524 MB / 492 MB
This application uses state-of-the-art source separation models to remove vocals from audio files. UVR's core developers trained all of the models provided in this package (except for the Demucs v3 and v4 4-stem models).

Other Application Notes
Nvidia GPUs with at least 8GBs of V-RAM are recommended.
This application is only compatible with 64-bit platforms.
This application relies on Sox - Sound Exchange for Noise Reduction.
This application relies on FFmpeg to process non-wav audio files.
The application will automatically remember your settings when closed.
Conversion times will significantly depend on your hardware.
These models are computationally intensive. Please proceed with caution and pay attention to your PC to ensure it doesn't overheat. We are not responsible for any hardware damage.



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  Contributor 11.10.2014 6938 14407
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  Member 21.06.2018 86 10310
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  Member 1.03.2023 14
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MDX23C, nice! Thanks!

General Release Information

• UVR Version 5.6 includes the following:
• Full Demucs v1, v2, v3, & v4 compatibility.
• Full MDX23C compatibility.
• Brand new MDX23C models available via the Download Center.
• Additional models and application patches can be downloaded via the Settings" menu within the application.
• Much more!
  Resident 5.08.2011 1007
+158
Didn't find any difference between this and what's already out there, same results even with RX10
RIP Olymoon
  Member 23.12.2020 2 60
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LOL are you serious, you clearly aren't using it right.

RX 10 sounds like a toy compared to using the uvr ensemble mode with MDX and demucs.
macOS 14.1.2 - M1Max
  Resident 18.12.2018 26
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the Comment has been Removed
  Resident 30.11.2020 1 45
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According to my tests the new MDX23C model is a magnitude better than RX10 at removing vocals, the rest can be handled by ht_demucs models and still get better results.

I suggest you experiment with different models and settings as this is designed for intermediate tinkering instead of 2-click user-friendly simple processing as found in iZ tools.
  Resident 5.04.2017 436
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Can you also extract vocals with this, to create acapellas?
  Resident 12.06.2016 2 81
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Yup, used it plenty of times, great results
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  Resident 8.02.2016 191
+28
Which settings are the best to seperate vocals? MDX or Demucs? Downloaded any other models?
  Member 2.11.2022 15
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I downloaded the MDX23C-InstVoc HQ, UVR-MDX-Net Inst HQ 3 and the UVR-MDX-Net-Voc_FT models on my old laptop. As per the Audio Separation Discord channel "separation guide", MDX23C might not be the best model to separate just vocals. As per the guide, "It can leave more vocal residues than HQ_3 models for some songs."
For vocals only, the recommened models as per the guide are:
1. UVR-MDX-Net-Voc_FT (If you still have instrumental bleeding, process the result with Kim vocal 2)
2. Alternatively use MDX23C then Voc-FT, "great combination"
3. Ensemble of Voc FT + MDX23C (avg, avg) can work the best in some cases
and a few other models.

I tried #2 (MDX23C). Started the model, went to make a sandwich for myself, finished eating the sandwich and when i came back, the progress bar had moved from 1% to 4% only. And then I re-read the guide and this is what I found:
"Be aware it’s taking much more time to process a song with it, then all previous models. 3:30 track with HQ_3 takes up to 24 minutes on i3-3217u while the new model takes 737 minutes (precisely 1:34 vs 41:00 for 15 seconds song)."
So running MDX23C on my laptop was out of the question. Didn't want to wait an entire day to extract vocals from a 4 minute song
So i switched to #1 (UVR-MDX-Net-Voc_FT)
Ran it. Good a very good result in a few minutes and then as per another post on the discord channel, ran Goyo to remove residual static left on the background track after the stem separation.

But in all honesty, for that same song, the best vocal separation I got was from the mvsep website. (Separation type: MDX23C. Vocal model type: 8K FFT). a litte Fewer artifacts compared to UVR5.

If you have a powerful CUDA powered system then go for the latest MDX23C-InstVoc HQ model from UVR 5 but beware! It takes a lot of time. Otherwise you can use the other models i just mentioned above.
  Resident 8.02.2016 191
+28
737 minutes? Wow. That's too much. Thanx for the suggestions. I will check them out.
  Resident 21.04.2014 1592
+330
quote by ViperzI hope these tips work on separating the lyrical vocals from classical works, operas, etc.
  Member 25.04.2020 38 547
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Weird, github DL link shows v5.5.0 latest version.
  Resident 8.02.2016 191
+28
They corrected now.
  Resident 3.05.2014 205 319
+8961
This is good ) Thank for shatring
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  Member 9.10.2016 191
+19
better than rip x or no?
  Resident 8.02.2016 191
+28
Yes. better. I was using RipX but this one is much cleaner at vocal seperation.
  Member 31.10.2022 2
0
I used lot of tools to testing what is the best tool.
Izotope RX10 is okay for Assistant Repair (de-klick, de-harshness, de-noise etc)
HitNMix RipX is the best seperation tool i ever seen. The Vocals are Crystal clear (The original quali is clear too).
  Member 26.07.2022 199
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I gave this a good try and compared saved stems from this and RipX and to be honest RipX is slightly more better when it comes to separating the sounds from a track they just sound more crisp and clear I suggest stick with RipX for this sort of thing
  Resident 8.02.2016 191
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I thought the oppposite. RipX leaves some instrument on the vocals when I compared to this. And this is much more clearer about the "s" voices.
  Member 4.08.2023 29
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Thanks for this info. And maybe you can't answer this, but what if you are on Mac and the latest cracked version of RipX is v.6.0.2? (It looks like that version came out on windows in November or 2022.)
  Member 18.11.2017 8 94
+238
Question: Which model do you suggest for separating guitars?
  Member 2.11.2022 15
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htdemucs_6s which can be downloaded and which gives the option to just separate guitar stems
  Member 23.03.2015 56 341
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Love this tool
  Resident 22.05.2018 6 58
+150
Amazing tool. Thanks very much.
  Resident 22.05.2018 6 58
+150
Here is a small tutorial for those who, like me, have just started to use this software.EaseUS
  Member 23.03.2015 56 341
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I would suggest to use this Colab version of the MDX23C model. It's really fast and you can also use it for 4 STEMS. The result is "amazing" (as Rick Beato always says :-))

https://colab.research.google.com/github/jarredou/MVSEP-MDX23-Colab_v2/blob/v2.2/MVSep-MDX23-Colab.ipynb
  Member 19.02.2023 4
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Very Best

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