I will move here an interesting point Gwylim has rised somewhere else…
I have to admit it would be pretty usefull… I often find myself with the problem of cutting away low freqz from a track
Normally I just use EQ10 to tweak the sound…but sometimes it’s just not enough… so I am compelled to use some filter to do that… but in this way I can’t really see what freqz I’m actually cutting… or how much I’m cutting… filters only show a certain “percentage” ( % ) that gives no clue about the actual freq being cutted (in Mhz)…
It would be usefull some kind of filter to simply “Cut down” freqz beyond or before a certain Mhz treshold… Bandpass or bandreject filters… I feel they are somehow limited for this… am I wrong here?
I would love some internal dsp effect to walk somewhere near the T-Racks path
I guess you refer to the old “bassdrum vs. bassline” mixing problem, I usually put a 24db highpass on the bassline and set it to 0.10 to 0.50% and 0.00% resonance. this kills all frequencies below approx 50hz-80hz and so the bassline does not interfere with the bassdrum anymore.
actually its even a good idea to use a highpass with 0.10% on the mastertrack, just so the very low end does not get too muddy.