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dynamic eq

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Cosme, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. Cosme

    Cosme Guest

    Hi guys, wich dynamic eq plug in do you guys like in VST or Directx? I've been looking for one in Nuendo and I can't find any, is there any in Nuendo's plugins or in the Waves 5.0 Diamonds?
  2. RRRecords

    RRRecords Active Member

    VST Dynamics.. and just make your own preset.. Nuendo already has one in it mate..

    its ok but defenitely use WAVES if u have it!!
  3. IainDearg

    IainDearg Guest

    Voxengo's GlissEQ is a dynamic EQ. I use it for vox and it's good at 5k boosts while attenuating silibance.


  4. sheet

    sheet Well-Known Member

    Waves C4 is my favorite for compressing bands of frequencies.
    Roger Nichols' new multiband is another fav. It is different. Instead of compressing the WHOLE signal in groups of frequencies, you can select only to compress at certain levels, and then pick how much compression you want.
  5. Cosme

    Cosme Guest


    Thanx for all your options, but it's not exactly what I'm looking for, I was talking about the dynamic eq like the one in Adobe Audition. The ones that you can program to change a track eq throughout the track's playback, it's usefull when you want to make a guitar intro that start's only with low frequencies and starts gaining higher frequencies in a certain time, you know what I mean?
  6. Dan_Pence

    Dan_Pence Guest

    Re: ...

    Why not just use automation?
  7. corrupted

    corrupted Guest

    Yea, if you just want to automate, almost any EQ will do the trick... It's more of a question of how Nuendo uses automation. In Sonar, it's a breeze.
  8. sheet

    sheet Well-Known Member

    Dynamic EQ = Multiband Compression basically. That's why we all answered the way that we did. Yeah, use automation. That is the whole purpose of your DAW software. It lets you do the things that would have taken six skill hands in the old days.

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