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Old 2012-12-26, 20:49
ivwill4 ivwill4 is offline
 
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Visual Frequency Analyzer

It is time reason had one. It can be more than a chore to use the parametric eq and fumble about until you find undesirable resonate peaks for removal.
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Old 2012-12-27, 18:33
sleeper0013 sleeper0013 is offline
 
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a high resolution analyzer is a necessity
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Old 2012-12-27, 23:05
dboomer dboomer is offline
 
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I'm not sure that "seeing" a peak is any easier than hearing it. Here's a work-around while you're waiting for your request.

Try setting one of the parametric bands for a deep cut and a fairly high Q value. Then just sweep it across whatever band you think you are dealing with (e.g. lows, mids, highs) and you'll pretty quickly hear when you've notched a problem peak. Then just re-tweak the controls till it sounds right.
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Old 2012-12-28, 13:11
Alcapax Alcapax is offline
 
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A lot of people have been asking for this including myself. Problem is i dont even have R6 or R6.5 yet due to comp problems. BUT.. maybe in R7 they'll surprise us OR someone will come up with a RE.
 

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