Get Lost, Singer! / Free

GLS!* — is an virtual effect plug-in which allows you to remove vocals from songs. It works on the principle of "central channel subtraction", where singer's voice is usually located.

In addition, the plug-in is able to preserve bass and drums, which are also often located in the center of the stereo space and may suffer along with the voice.

GLS! is well suited for music with good stereo separation and a dry vocal, slightly worse for a wet vocal, and not suitable for mono tracks. However wet vocals can also be slightly muted by narrowing the stereo before processing.

Do not expect magic. GLS! will remove not only the voice: some other musical instruments or sounds may also disappear or become corrupt, and the song loses stereo. But in some cases the result is quite acceptable.

*GLS! — is acronym for "Get Lost, Singer!"

System Requirements:

Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements to run the GLS!:

  • Intel or AMD Processor with at least of 500 MHz (1 GHz or higher are recommended);
  • At least 512Mb of ram memory;
  • Windows Operating System (Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista and Windows 7 are supported);
  • Up to 20 Mb of free disk space;
  • 1024x768 or higher screen with 16 bits or more colors;
  • VST 2 compatible host.


23 sep 2012 — GLS! 1.1 is released.

  • New: added preset manager
  • New: completely new gui
  • Fix: improved internal crossover
  • Some minor bugfixes

23 mar 2010 — GLS! 1.0 is released.

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GLS! has been tested and works fine in Steinberg Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, Ableton Live, Image-Line FL Studio, Synapse Audio Orion and Cockos Reaper.
tags: Vocal, Vocal Remover, Mid-Side, Channel, Stereo, VST, Plug-In, Freeware

GLS! is only available in Windows VST format. Versions for Mac OS or Unix/Linux systems does not exist.
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