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a (free) plugin to narrow a bright signal?

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Caine123
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2678 posts since 5 Aug, 2009

Postby Caine123; Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:05 pm a (free) plugin to narrow a bright signal?

i got some vocals which sound very bright, is it possible (with keeping the mono compatibility without phasing) to narrow it a bit down? not to full mono but lets say from 100% brightness to 70% as an example.
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Postby @midnight; Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:16 pm

edit: nevermind
Has anybody ever really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
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Burillo
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Postby Burillo; Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:46 pm

i'm not sure i understand what the OP meant... but maybe something like REAPER's "width" knob? any decent DAW should have dual panning...
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Postby realmarco; Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:25 pm

Caine123 wrote:i got some vocals which sound very bright, is it possible (with keeping the mono compatibility without phasing) to narrow it a bit down? not to full mono but lets say from 100% brightness to 70% as an example.


i think you are using the wrong terms

try again with simpler sentences
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PatchAdamz
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Postby PatchAdamz; Sun Dec 16, 2012 1:09 am

Thats what an equalizer is for.

Use a notch filter to take some of the edge out while not effecting the rest.

Also a DeEsser can do this.
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Postby Brian @ IK Multimedia; Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:09 pm

T-RackS Custom Shop. It's a free download that includes a free analog modeled six-band parametric EQ, plus metering. Hi cut and hi shelf should do the trick for you. There is also a Linear Phase EQ that you can add through the Custom Shop.
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an-electric-heart
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Postby an-electric-heart; Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:32 pm

Caine123 wrote:i got some vocals which sound very bright, is it possible (with keeping the mono compatibility without phasing) to narrow it a bit down? not to full mono but lets say from 100% brightness to 70% as an example.


Yeah, like the others say, I don't understand, how on earth did you get your vocals in stereo in the first place?! ... yet alone too wide?! is it a double tracked acapella or something?
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whyterabbyt
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Postby whyterabbyt; Mon Dec 17, 2012 1:50 am

Caine123 wrote:i got some vocals which sound very bright, is it possible (with keeping the mono compatibility without phasing) to narrow it a bit down? not to full mono but lets say from 100% brightness to 70% as an example.


what relationship are we supposed to recognise between 'brightness' and 'mono' ??
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Gamma-UT
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Postby Gamma-UT; Mon Dec 17, 2012 1:53 am

whyterabbyt wrote:
Caine123 wrote:i got some vocals which sound very bright, is it possible (with keeping the mono compatibility without phasing) to narrow it a bit down? not to full mono but lets say from 100% brightness to 70% as an example.


what relationship are we supposed to recognise between 'brightness' and 'mono' ??


Brightness = mono * fish

Simples.

Solution: use fewer fish.
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realmarco
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Postby realmarco; Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:23 pm

Gamma-UT wrote:
whyterabbyt wrote:
Caine123 wrote:i got some vocals which sound very bright, is it possible (with keeping the mono compatibility without phasing) to narrow it a bit down? not to full mono but lets say from 100% brightness to 70% as an example.


what relationship are we supposed to recognise between 'brightness' and 'mono' ??


Brightness = mono * fish

Simples.

Solution: use fewer fish.



What ?
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