[linux-audio-user] L1 and Q10 functional look-alikes?
brad at sonaural.com
Tue Mar 29 22:28:34 EST 2005
Steve Harris wrote:
>You can use the "fast lookahead limiter" and "triple band parametric"
>(actually 3 band para + low and high shelves) EQ from my plugin
>collection, using a batch processing capable tool like ecasound or
Thanks Steve, I'm trying your "triple band parametric" and I can't get
the High-shelving freq to cut off fast enough. Perhaps I have the args
wrong: I have the last args as: -70 5536 1, but it seems a gentle
decline. Am I doing something wrong? I'd like to have a brick at 5k. Can
that be done?
Oh, BTW: why are the Q's limited to 4?
>On Mon, Mar 28, 2005 at 04:17:53PM -0800, Brad Fuller wrote:
>>Anyone know of any Linux functional equivalents for Waves' L1 and Q10
>>I just need something close - and maybe it's a combo of plug-ins that'll
>>do the job, maybe it's just one app.
>>And, I don't require a GUI, I actually need to set it up as a batch
>>processing system anyway.
>>If you are not familiar with the plug-ins, the following is from the
>> Double precision internal processing
>> Lookahead peak limiter for maximum level
>> * Two types of dither
>> * Three noise-shaping curves for optimal control
>> * Maximum peak control with minimum distortion
>> * Requantize to 24, 20, 16, 12, and 8-bit output
>> * Sample-accurate peak hold metering
>> * Adjustable release time
>>*Q10 Paragraphic EQ*
>> Selectable number of bands
>> Frequency response display
>> 5 types of filters, bell, low/high shelf, low/high pass
>> Filter band control point for graphical modification
>> Control strapping
>> Versatile EQ Controls: Frequency, Gain, and Q
>> Low noise filters
>> Process Left and Right separately, strapped or mono
>>Most gracious thank you!
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