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ePLURbus 2013-07-10 22:12

auto equalizer RE ???
 
http://www.meldaproduction.com/plugi...MAutoEqualizer

anyone ever used this?

cant wait to see a rack extension that will do this

mrjassonturner 2013-07-10 23:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by ePLURbus (Post 1355037)
http://www.meldaproduction.com/plugi...MAutoEqualizer

anyone ever used this?

cant wait to see a rack extension that will do this

Auto equalizer? Where's the fun in that?(rhetorical question) Loi :D

ePLURbus 2013-07-11 02:04

The audiomatic comes close to hitting it.
I have been tossing around how to build one with a compressor and the vocoder.
But that's too much like work.
I want a series of buttons that I can click, one knob I can turn or even just an A B switch (good/better. )
It's gotta have a kool graphic too and maybe a clap track everytime I make an adjustment.

So much for rhetorical questions...
Really though, how close aRE we to having this from propellerheads?

mrjassonturner 2013-07-11 23:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by ePLURbus (Post 1355113)
The audiomatic comes close to hitting it.
I have been tossing around how to build one with a compressor and the vocoder.
But that's too much like work.
I want a series of buttons that I can click, one knob I can turn or even just an A B switch (good/better. )
It's gotta have a kool graphic too and maybe a clap track everytime I make an adjustment.

So much for rhetorical questions...
Really though, how close aRE we to having this from propellerheads?

The Audiomatric adds...almost like a "glossiness" to the signal that I don't really like. It seems more like a filter than an Eq to me. I wish it would manipulate the signal more transparently than it does. Even in manipulating the dry/wet, there seems to be high frequencies introduced that are unpleasant to my ears. I use it only when I want to really distort a signal... I usually use a low pass filter before the A-Matric...that helps. :D

ePLURbus 2013-07-13 21:35

That's a good tip, I've been trying to eq after it.
I get the feeling that props realize, ppl that use thier DAW get ear fatigue and end up raising the gain on the high shelf, so why not give the producer what they need?

http://youtu.be/96ucpoI73NQ

I don't know if that link will work from my phone.


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