Figure 457. Curve EQ module.A. Clipping LED B. Curve EQ enable/disable C. Graph D. Band enable/disable (Low, Low-Mid, Mid-High, High)
Clipping LED. Shows if the input signal to the Curve EQ module is clipping. If there is any distortion in the MixStrip signal chain, the clipping LEDs let you identify where the clipping occurs.
Curve EQ enable/disable . Enables/disables the Curve EQ module.
Table 76. Default center frequency for each band
Band enable/disable. Enables/disables the Low , Low-Mid , Mid-High and High bands. Enabling a band allows it to be processed with equalization. The knobs and graph curves are color-coded per band:The Curve EQ graph is divided into four sections, which correspond to the Low, Low-Mid, Mid-High and High bands.Figure 458. Curve EQ graph.A. Low band B. Low-Mid band C. Mid-High band D. High bandSONAR lets you easily copy EQ settings from one track/bus (source) to another track/bus (target) when using the integrated per-channel EQ in the Console View or Track Inspector.To do so, hold down the CTRL, click the source EQ plot and drag to the target EQ plot, then release the mouse button and CTRL key.The EQ settings are copied from the source track/bus to the target track/bus. The target EQ will automatically be enabled if it was not already enabled.This command is undoable, so you can quickly and easily revert to a track/bus’ previous EQ settings.A. Hold down the CTRL key and left-click in the source EQ plot B. While still holding down the CTRL key and left mouse button, drag the mouse cursor to the target EQ plot and release the mouse button C. The source EQ plot is copied to the target EQ plot
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