Any EQs With Realtime Spectrum Analysers That Can Do This?

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4tune
KVRian
1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Tue Jan 13, 2015 10:45 am

I have GlissEq 2 which you can overlay the spectrum from different tracks/ instances of the plugin on the currently opened instance.

What I am after is a EQ plug where you can have these overlays but access the other instances parameters aswell; gain/Q etc.

So one GUI to rule them all, with something like dynamic tabs, as you add the EQs to your project.

geroyannis
KVRAF
2119 posts since 1 Apr, 2004 from Athens, Greece

Post Tue Jan 13, 2015 11:18 am

ddmf IIEQ Pro does that.

4tune
KVRian

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1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Tue Jan 13, 2015 11:47 am

Thanks geroyannis,

I will check it out. I have actually got an old version of IIEQ Pro, which has been uninstalled for ages. I guess this is one of the newer releases, so if it works for me I`ll see what the upgrade options are.

No_Use
KVRAF
2486 posts since 13 Mar, 2004

Post Tue Jan 13, 2015 12:05 pm

4tune wrote:Thanks geroyannis,

I will check it out. I have actually got an old version of IIEQ Pro, which has been uninstalled for ages. I guess this is one of the newer releases, so if it works for me I`ll see what the upgrade options are.
Exactly same here. :)

This is an interesting concept I never thought about.

Downloaded the latest IIEQ Pro (also uninstalled for ages), only version 2 though. Currently checking out v3 demo with this feature and see if I'll upgrade.

Seems strange that obviously not more developers thought about this concept yet.

Anyways thanks for bringing it up and reminding me about IIEQ Pro.
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No_Use
KVRAF
2486 posts since 13 Mar, 2004

Post Tue Jan 13, 2015 12:06 pm

double post

4tune
KVRian

Topic Starter

1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Tue Jan 13, 2015 1:35 pm

No_Use wrote: Exactly same here. :)

This is an interesting concept I never thought about.

Downloaded the latest IIEQ Pro (also uninstalled for ages), only version 2 though. Currently checking out v3 demo with this feature and see if I'll upgrade.

Seems strange that obviously not more developers thought about this concept yet.

Anyways thanks for bringing it up and reminding me about IIEQ Pro.
After trying IIEQ latest version, it has certainly got the idea right though you can only see two tracks at a time with the analyser. I can see with this that viewing all tracks may become a bit of a mess, but if it is all user configurable then that wouldn`t be an issue.

Also a couple of other analyser controls like `slope/bias` and being able to switch off the pre-EQ curve would be helpful, but I need to give this a bit more of a go before making my mind up.

No_Use
KVRAF
2486 posts since 13 Mar, 2004

Post Wed Jan 14, 2015 10:17 am

4tune wrote:
No_Use wrote: Exactly same here. :)

This is an interesting concept I never thought about.

Downloaded the latest IIEQ Pro (also uninstalled for ages), only version 2 though. Currently checking out v3 demo with this feature and see if I'll upgrade.

Seems strange that obviously not more developers thought about this concept yet.

Anyways thanks for bringing it up and reminding me about IIEQ Pro.
After trying IIEQ latest version, it has certainly got the idea right though you can only see two tracks at a time with the analyser. I can see with this that viewing all tracks may become a bit of a mess, but if it is all user configurable then that wouldn`t be an issue.

Also a couple of other analyser controls like `slope/bias` and being able to switch off the pre-EQ curve would be helpful, but I need to give this a bit more of a go before making my mind up.
Also tried out v3 meanwhile and what you're saying is very similar to my thoughts.

Already contacted the dev suggesting

- analyzer slope (important one for me)

- more spectrum overlays than just one

But no reply yet.

Switching of pre-EQ curve is also a good one.

Nevertheless I jumped on it already and bought v3 as I fell in love with the multi-operating concept immediately.

Got it for a reduced upgrade price of 13,80 €.

4tune
KVRian

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1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Wed Jan 14, 2015 4:49 pm

No_Use wrote: Also tried out v3 meanwhile and what you're saying is very similar to my thoughts.

Already contacted the dev suggesting

- analyzer slope (important one for me)

- more spectrum overlays than just one

But no reply yet.

Switching of pre-EQ curve is also a good one.

Nevertheless I jumped on it already and bought v3 as I fell in love with the multi-operating concept immediately.

Got it for a reduced upgrade price of 13,80 €.
Not a bad upgrade price at all, I may be tempted.

Another couple of nice things that I found while demoing: spectrum zooming and moving, when doing the following on the background i.e. not a node:

Zoom = "Control + left-mouse drag"
Move vertically = "Shift + left-mouse drag".

So having the other features would really polish off quite a capable plug. One other slight issue for me is that in Gliss EQ 2, I`m really used to being able to right-click the nodes to cycle through curve types. Probably wouldn`t be suited to IIEQ though as there`s so many available curves :)

Thanks for passing the suggestions on to the dev. Let me know here if you hear back, if you will?

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Lesha
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1502 posts since 18 Feb, 2005 from Serbia

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:15 pm

I was trying to update v2 using two different debit cards and PayPal, but didn't have luck at all.
Seems that Fastspring, through which ddmf is using their online shop, doesn't like orders from Serbia. :?
It's easy if you know how

4tune
KVRian

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1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 4:36 pm

lesha wrote:I was trying to update v2 using two different debit cards and PayPal, but didn't have luck at all.
Seems that Fastspring, through which ddmf is using their online shop, doesn't like orders from Serbia. :?
Sounds like a pain. I`m sure if you contact their support they should sort you out though.

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Lesha
KVRAF
1502 posts since 18 Feb, 2005 from Serbia

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 4:41 pm

Christian wasn't able to help, so I emailed Fastspring and waiting for a response.
This is what I got from PayPal:
"We're sorry, PayPal doesn't allow residents of Serbia to ship purchases to Serbia and Montenegro."
"Please return to FastSpring and enter a different shipping address."
It's easy if you know how

4tune
KVRian

Topic Starter

1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 5:13 pm

lesha wrote:Christian wasn't able to help, so I emailed Fastspring and waiting for a response.
This is what I got from PayPal:
"We're sorry, PayPal doesn't allow residents of Serbia to ship purchases to Serbia and Montenegro."
"Please return to FastSpring and enter a different shipping address."
Good luck with it, I don`t know what the reason is for that. Hopefully you`ll get better luck with Fastspring.

As you`re buying an upgrade, I guess it all worked somehow before.

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BasariStudios
KVRian
1326 posts since 25 Sep, 2011 from New York

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 5:19 pm

Melda EQ's can do that.
Reality is a Condition due to Lack of Weed!

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Lesha
KVRAF
1502 posts since 18 Feb, 2005 from Serbia

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 5:20 pm

4tune wrote:As you`re buying an upgrade, I guess it all worked somehow before.
Actually, I bought v2 recently second hand here at KVR.
It's easy if you know how

4tune
KVRian

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1020 posts since 7 Nov, 2003

Post Fri Jan 16, 2015 5:31 pm

BasariStudios wrote:Melda EQ's can do that.
Interesting, will take a look, thanks!
lesha wrote:
4tune wrote:As you`re buying an upgrade, I guess it all worked somehow before.
Actually, I bought v2 recently second hand here at KVR.
I see, it`s all in Fastsprings hands then.

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