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#1 EatMe

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Posted 29 September 2017 - 17:55

Hello,

 

I would like a EQ35.

 

I know how to divide 35 over 44.100 frequencies, commonly used are

 

32 Hz

40 Hz

50 Hz

80 Hz

100 Hz

180 Hz

240 Hz

320 Hz

360 Hz

420 Hz

450 Hz

500 Hz

630 Hz

720 Hz

800 Hz

1 Khz

1.2 Khz

1.5 Khz

1.8 Khz

2.0 Khz

2.5 KHz

3 Khz

3.5 Khz

4 Khz

5 Khz

6 Khz

7 Khz

8 Khz

10 Khz

12 Khz

14 Khz

16 Khz

18 Khz

20 Khz

22 Khz


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Posted 29 September 2017 - 19:14

you're looking for a "graphic equaliser"? you could build one by chaining 4 EQ10 devices, properly set up Freqs & Q and then using the slider mode. Put them into a doofer, you normally not automate graphic equalisers anyways so the 8 macro limit isn't as relevant - could still quickly move the devices out of the doofer if you really need to automate the gains.

 

Normally afaik the most used standard for graph eqs is 31 bands spaced at 1/3rd octave at ISO defined frequencies, as those happen to match the bands in hearing we can just about isolate sounds in, so very useful for mixing with seperation in mind...though with some extra resolution in the mids and bass which are probably useful for counteracting resonances in a live environment. Not looked at your band freqs, but you might want to read up on the iso freqs if you plan using graph eqs.



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Posted 29 September 2017 - 19:17

There you go: http://forum.renoise.../file/627-eq35/
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Posted 30 September 2017 - 11:29

As always with Renoise, the most straightforward solution is in the end not possible...sigh...
The Doofer I posted earlier, will not work for the bands lowest and highest band of each of the 7 EQ5, because they are set to be high/low pass filters and their behaviour cannot be changed...

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Posted 30 September 2017 - 11:39

This, btw., is also not documented anywhere...

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Posted 30 September 2017 - 14:30

use 5x EQ10 devices, each has 8 peak/notch filters, just ignore number 0 and number 9 which will be shelving filters. also 22khz isn't possible with renoise :-p

 

but I imagine it will need lots of fiddling to get the qs right. also I believe to graphic equalisers's filters there might be more than just chaining peak/notch filters for optimal operation. so consider self building a dirty hack, I'd rather use a graphic eq vst.

 

rethought the 35 bands spacing, though it might not be so very optimal for mixing as the ISO freqs, but it looks like it could be useful to shape tonality for mastering?

 

for reference, 31 band ISO center freqs that seem often used in large graphic eqs are:

 

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Posted 30 September 2017 - 17:19

I now made this: http://forum.renoise.../file/629-eq31/
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