World Cup Without That Damn Noise

Filter out those annoying vuvuzelas on your Mac with a new plug-in from Prosoniq      16/06/10
World Cup Without That Damn Noise


Prosoniq have released VuvuX for Mac – a free vuvuzela filtering plug-in. Here's what they have to say...
Prosoniq is proud to announce the world's first realtime Vuvuzela filtering plug-in based on sonicWORX' audio de-mixing technology. This technology allows separating components without using aggressive notch filters, leaving the background unaltered. VuvuX is a free AudioUnit plug in that suppresses the noise created by the South African trumpet called "Vuvuzela" in realtime without affecting the audio commentary or the stadium atmosphere, allowing you to enjoy a noise-free World Cup 2010.
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The Guvnor    Said...

What? Filter it out???

I downloaded an app for my iPod that makes the sound of the damn thing just to play on phone calls when I get bored...

I hear that the volume levels of the vuvuzelas in the stadiums can reach as high as between 120-130dB. 90 minutes of that is enough to make anyone deaf (or more likely driven to insanity).

I'm wondering if the delay in the release of the ImpOSCar 2 is due to GForce Software perfecting the vuvuzela preset....

16-Jun-10 08:09 AM


Sean Sax    Said...

Wow. What a punch of pu$$ys we've all turned into. Kleenex with lotion in it to protect your nose, male chest implants and now this filter crap. Grow a pair, skip work, get some beer, order some takeout, invite the boys over and watch the bloody game. Man up!

16-Jun-10 11:44 AM


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