So just to post a little observation, the Graphic Equalizer is working just fine for me, but I notice that combining it with the Equalizer can lead to some "interesting" effects if not anything else.
I'm using this component too, although I'd admit I've no idea really how to make best use of it. I will continue playing around
I'm not novice on sound processing and mastering, but I can heard that something changes at low level from 20 to 80. Why?
Quote from: er_or on 30 November, 2011, 10:06:42 AMI'm not novice on sound processing and mastering, but I can heard that something changes at low level from 20 to 80. Why?You mean you cannot hear a difference if you change the 20 - 80 Hz sliders?Either your speakers or headphones are rolled-off at 80 Hz which means that they cannot reproduce such low frequencies (well) or the music you're listening to doesn't contain much in that frequency range.
I wonder if others might share their favorite settings? Either via an attached pic or perhaps saved export files which could be used (imported) by others?
- add a check box Enabled Yes/no. Like in built in eq. Makes it easy during tests and/or when you move your pc around like I do
- add a balance slider for Left-Right ! Looks stupid, but there is no easy way to do this in fb2k. Maybe easy for you to do...
Since there is'nt a xgeq preset thread I thought Id's share this here. This preset s converts the diffuse-field curve that most headphones target to the Idependent-of-Direction curve. I find it lessens the sucked out mids on some recordings.http://www.box.com/s/76n1uzaaxh5nsmhs89of(Source:http://www.head-acoustics.de/downloads/eng/application_notes/Equalization_brochure.pdf)
thanks for sharing, before i go ahead and download this 175MB file, can you help clarify exactly what this does?