ClubHo wrote:Wow, this is really nice. It's a wonderful EQ. When I tested it before, I was able to get it to null with Equilibrium. Unfortunately, the mouse wheel still doesn't work in Studio One. What would make this EQ perfect is greater gain possibilities for sound shaping. I know you didn't want to add features so I feel terrible for asking. But could you add the ability to have +/- 24 db overall gain adjustment?
With that, this EQ would pretty much become an instant buy.
The wheel issue in S1 is known and not unique to this plugin (it's a framework issue). I'd like to have it fixed, but so far haven't figured out where the problem might be. Sorry about that, I'll try to look into that in the near term.
As for features, I'm not against adding features as long as they add something useful and can be implemented without compromising sound quality or work-flow. In the case of gain-range, the current design is mostly a user-interface compromise between accuracy and range.
I can think of two possibilities for extending it: either make it configurable, or add some auto-zooming logic that extends the range when the bands are set outside the default range... or maybe even both? Obviously adding a configurable range would be quite simple, but not very elegant, while adding a zooming setup (that feels nice to use) would be somewhat trickier. I need to experiment though.
Anyway, feel free to suggest other features, I'm happy to at least consider anything.