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Old 2013-06-02, 03:28
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Is the "Q" narrow enough on the main mixer?

The title pretty much says it. After seeing how the EQ through the analyzer is more visual in Reason 7 which is a good thing, I was wondering if it was only me who thought the "Q" width on each band is not narrow enough. It just does not narrow down enough Q as I can control with other EQ's from other DAW's plugins (no need to detail which). It is audibly noticible as well, that the narrowness is not there.

It simply will not notch out a frequency enough, or simply narrow thr frequency as much as I would expect. Now, perhaps this is an SSL characteristic? I don't know since I don't own one. It's not necessarily an anologue trait either as a good fully parametric EQ can create a pretty narrow band.

Any thoughts on this? No, it's not holding me back as I have work arounds.

I enjoy Reason just the same, but I was curious more than anything, how that's possible.

Any insight to this? Thanks.

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