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Topic: Best way to equalize according to a curve (Read 4765 times) previous topic - next topic
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Best way to equalize according to a curve

Hello,
I'm trying to improve the response of the He1000 Stealth headphones with foobar. I have already exhausted the possibilities of the default equalizer present in fb2K, but I would like to connect the curve more precisely, for example by checking the attached graph (blue line) I should increase the 1kHz-3Hkz range by a few decibels, and also the range 20-90hz.
 What really working solutions currently exist?

Thank you

Re: Best way to equalize according to a curve

Reply #1
Convolver with impulse processed with decent parametric EQ.


 

Re: Best way to equalize according to a curve

Reply #3
Thank you guys.
MathAudio look likes fine and easy...

Re: Best way to equalize according to a curve

Reply #4
I tried Mathaudio, but my impression best and more rapid solution is the internal foobar equalizer.
Other thing... Mathaudio plugin in my audio-pc works fine without intall VST plugin; Is it possible?