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Old 2013-05-31, 12:54
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Talking MClass EQ improvements

RTA displayed behind M-Class Equalizer Filter graph in a darker red.
The RTA graph should show the post-filtered signal.

A switch on the low shelf that changes it to a high-pass filter
A switch on the high shelf that changes it to a low-pass filter.

When the shelves are in pass mode the Q knob changes the slope depth of the filter. The filter slope should be able to be smoothly warped between -6dB/Octave to -60dB/Octave, using a floating point multiplier, so that you might have a slope that is not strictly an integer multiple of 6.

Remove the cutoff frequency limits so that you can set your shelves or your pass modes to whatever frequency. I suppose in order to do this well, you'll need to change the way the audio buffer is filtered to ensure that there is no audible digital stepping.

these are my thoughts, thanks for listening!
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Old 2013-05-31, 14:32
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and build in a knob to select the characteristic/sound of the MClass-EQ

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and some more please..
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Old 2013-05-31, 23:12
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Basically, the Masterworks EQ from MOTU?
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Old 2013-06-01, 22:34
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And a cleverly implemented mid/side mode that lets me see both EQ curves at the same time, but with different colors, please.
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Old 2013-06-02, 01:42
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Linear Phase option, don't think theres any linear phase EQ's in Reason or as an RE unless I'm mistaken.
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Old 2013-06-04, 21:26
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Quote:
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Basically, the Masterworks EQ from MOTU?
well, yes and no.
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Old 2013-06-04, 20:25
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and build in a knob to select the characteristic/sound of the MClass-EQ
I think that may be taking it a bit far. I don't really have any beef against how the M-Class EQ sounds, if I wanted to color the output I'd just use the audiomatic rack extension. granted I won't get the sound of those EQ's but I'll get something different

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Old 2013-06-04, 22:39
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and a set off presets so we can print a map of classic setting to evolve to our own in no time
(could have made me save learnig time but too late for me spended time)

and a knob for mon/stereo slpiting Pan in option to make better space mixing !
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Old 2013-06-05, 09:57
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Oh and I'd also like to copy EQ settings.
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Old 2013-06-06, 09:52
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+1 Save EQ patches!
 

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