EQ with Deresonate Function

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martinjuenke
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2206 posts since 28 Dec, 2015 from Germany

Post Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:54 am

The NOVA GE EQ from Tokyo Dawn Labs has an automatic Deresonate function. You play your track and it searches for the three narrowest peaks with the highest level, and then uses steep filters to even them out. There are some additional tweaks possible.

Question:
Are there other EQ on the market which can do this (quite effective and efficient) trick?

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Etienne1973
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291 posts since 8 Feb, 2013 from Switzerland

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:27 am

I have experience with Tokyo Dawn Labs Nova GE.

Other EQs:

Chandlerhimself
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821 posts since 19 Dec, 2013 from Japan

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:42 pm

MAutodynamicEQ can do this also, but by default it will use all the bands instead of just 3.

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martinjuenke
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2206 posts since 28 Dec, 2015 from Germany

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:31 pm

ACON DeFilter will be on sale for 69$ at JRR beginning Friday.
I‘m tempted...

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don1thedon
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1109 posts since 25 Sep, 2002

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:14 am

May not be quite what you've described but definitely worth checking out HoRNet ThirtyOne & it's currently 40% off (15th-17th August).

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martinjuenke
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2206 posts since 28 Dec, 2015 from Germany

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Wed Aug 15, 2018 5:47 am

I demoed ACON DEFILTER and was quite impressed about its spectral cleaning power. Seems I‘ll buy it...
The HORNET 31 is interesting as well but not that transparent as the ACON thing (okay, it costs just a fracture of it).
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simon.a.billington
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1408 posts since 12 Nov, 2014

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:27 am

Etienne1973 wrote:I have experience with Tokyo Dawn Labs Nova GE.

Other EQs:
Zynaptic Unfilter I would suggest too. It’s actually been designed to “de-resonate” a signal. Although I’m unsure of its eq capabilities.

There is also Plugin Alliance’s DSM. That’s not an eq, it’s really it’s own breed of animal. It is really good at getting rid of resonances though, as long as you have an “ideal” reference it can learn from, which could be something as simple as a pink noise reference, which it has.

Which brings me to th idea of using some kind of match eq and doing the same thing. Except in this instance it might be possible to disable all the other bands and only leave the resonance bands active. If you can find the right match eq that is.

sl1200mk2
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97 posts since 6 Jun, 2003

Re: EQ with Deresonate Function

Post Fri Aug 17, 2018 6:59 am

Adding to the list...

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