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Question: Given a cut of some dB at some frequency with some bandwidth using ReaEQ with a band of type "Band (alt 2)". What math formula could be used so that a cut with a band of type "Band" (the default) would have the same effect? Thanks!
Asked by amagalma (79.107.27.x) on January 30 2019, 8:27pm
Reply on February 2 2019, 3:47am:
    I dunno

  • Posted by amagalma (79.107.27.x) on February 2 2019, 6:21pm:
    Aw, I hoped that you would know how to convert one Q to the other.. No problem! Thanks for responding! :)

  • Posted by Hannes (87.153.188.x) on February 7 2019, 3:28am:
    I'm searching for that as well, but don't get it working. You may look into Udo Zoelzers DSP book for "constant Q /non constant Q peak filters" or try to use some DSP code for graphic equalizers from all over the web for cuts, which mostly uses non-constant Q filters.

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