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High Pass Slopes

Postby msnickybee » Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:37 am

hiya folks

much as I love TDR Nova, I'm stuck between a HP of 24db/oct and 72db/oct...nothing inbetween...like say 48db/oct...
I know eg FabFilter has that, but I'm all about the Freeware....

fanks!
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Re: High Pass Slopes

Postby msnickybee » Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:56 am

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although...using band1 as a low shelf, with some dynamic EQ kind of works...then set the HP to 72db/oct...
open to other suggestions for Bass...
where's the HP and LP in the mixer!!! 8)
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Re: High Pass Slopes

Postby Starship Krupa » Thu Mar 29, 2018 5:38 pm

Ever the Meldaproduction fanboy here, (the free) MEqualizer does 36, 48 and 60. After you right-click on the filter node to pull up its characteristics panel, you'll see a line of buttons for "slope."

Unless it has to be a dynamic EQ?

I've learned that whenever I need something from a plug-in to check the Meldaproduction free bundle first because it might just be in there somewhere in a menu behind a button I haven't clicked on yet. :oops:
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