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Playing with dsp-filters

jappi, modified 5 Years ago.

Playing with dsp-filters

Padawan Posts: 36 Join Date: 7/28/16 Recent Posts

Hi all! I came up with one of my adolescence times all time favorites album: Paradise Lost's Shades of God. I started to listen to it and especially the first track Mortals Watch the Day sounds pretty bizarre with my standard setup. A lots of highs and over-spacious seriously lacking the power required by the genre. I started to fiddle with it a bit and came up with initial setup I'm not completely satisfied yet though. I was wondering if any of you would be interested in giving it a go? :) Looking for optimal filter settings. I have only used the ones that are in the attached picture. The rest is basic low end correction that is individual to my monitors hence the non-symmetrical setup. For simplicity I wanted to keep the adjustments exactly the same for both monitors.

Any ideas highly appreciated!

Br, Jani