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DSP Filter In-/Decrease via Slider

geco, modified 6 Years ago.

DSP Filter In-/Decrease via Slider

Youngling Posts: 9 Join Date: 10/14/15 Recent Posts
Hi,
it would be nice to have a percentage slider in the GLM2.0 Gui, enabling decreasing of the dsp filter result dB in total proportionally. Since after measurement I want the result something like... 15% less or so.... to calc and type everything manually in each filter is very time consuming in finding the personal sweet spot =)
Thx... that would be nice :idea:

Best wishes
Geco
ilkka-rissanen, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: DSP Filter In-/Decrease via Slider

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Thank you for your request. I believe your goal can be achieved by another means. If it is for example bass that you want more, you can add extra shelving filter at ~200 Hz and attenuate everything above it by -1 dB, -2 dB etc. That way you won't make the frequency response any less flatter but apply a slight tilt towards the high frequencies which typically pleases many users.
geco, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: DSP Filter In-/Decrease via Slider

Youngling Posts: 9 Join Date: 10/14/15 Recent Posts
Thx for your hint! I´ll test it out. It makes sense... nevertheless, a 'mix-knob/slider' would be pleasant O:-)

Btw: I am on dual boot IMac... I measured on win8.1 and typed in the number from the mic...saved the group...
booted to osx yosemite and opened this group to GLM2.0 osx application (didnt typed the mic number in yet)... ==> The red and green frequency lines aren´t showing... only the blue one (of course, cause it´s the one of the filters). Could be a bug or is due to the fact, that I didnt typed the mic number in yet?! ...