Just wanted to start a thread to say that the FX in 1.9b3 are all sounding really good.
I have been making a track using only internal effects and I have not wanted for anything so far!
I wanted to know though…
Technically, how good are the EQ plugs?
I mean, I want to set up a multiband compressor using 4 EQ plugs and 4 compressors. Each EQ will control a certain band and there will be a compressor on top of each EQ (hence making a multi-band compressor)
Is the roll off on the EQ accurate (and consistent) enough to do this effectively, or am I better using something like Voxengo or Waves gear??
And moved back. Lets discuss, elaborate this a bit more first, please…
We are using simple biquads for the EQs. What you want is a bandpass filter, which we currently do not offer in the EQ.
About the slopes: They are different than in Eqium, yes, but that doesnt make them wrong, or?
No, different slopes from Eqium are not wrong… I was merely using that plug in as an example.
My main concern was that the range of the Renoise EQ can not get as close as that of other VST EQs
(This is sort of my original question on this thread)
You say that what I have proposed is a band pass filter… but is it really?
I have used two filters to achieve the effect in both plugins (Renoise and Eqium). These are Low Pass and High Pass… If this equals a Band Pass Filter, please accept my apologies (I guess it does, actually!)
If the filter is not going to change on the EQ, how about adding something like a detail window…
Excuse the rushed job!
Yeah thanks for the link. This is pretty simple stuff.
Basically, I started this thread to try and get some background info on the EQ in Renoise, and have discovered some possible issues along the way. I am getting a bit closer to my intended goal, which is cool, so thanks everyone who has replied.
(If anyone can answer my original question, I would be very grateful too!)
Ah sorry, that thread was not a good example. I meant filter2’s filters -they do not seem to work in the same way as other filters. The hipass filter does not seem to remove bass frequencies as it should. For example, to get similar results to a 12db hipass filter at 300hz you need to set the Renoise filter to about 3000hz…