Domilik wrote:Can not control the slope of Hi/LowCut(!!!*). That's far behind.
Oliver.Lucas wrote:Curve EQ still does not work on my system with the latest update....getting frustrated about this....
Chewy Papadopoulos wrote:Oliver.Lucas wrote:Curve EQ still does not work on my system with the latest update....getting frustrated about this....
Is it not working at all for you? I just figured it out... and it's working (and really cool!)
Domilik wrote:I still belive, that as long as Nuendo just offers us a 4-band channel EQ for postproduction (which means filtering suboptimal location sound all the time), this tool is just not suitable for a professional mix.
So it is time for a small but emphatic bump.
psvennevig wrote:How about the combination channel EQ and the Postfilter? I really like the postfilter.
Lydiot wrote:Well, Nuendo has 6 bands available, it's just that they split the cut-bands from the parametric/shelves and put them at the top of the chain. But yeah, I hear you.
psvennevig wrote:I do agree. The new channel EQ should've got the LC/HC properly built in, and pref. 2 bands more. And of course the LC/HC should be visible in the curve. Let's hope they can improve that.
I think they had to maintain some form om compatibility with the old channel eq, that's why all our wishes weren't met.
I can very highly recommend the new DMG audio eq.
It is the best I've ever used, and suits post production like a custom made glove!
I'd also note, as Lydiot said, adding a studio EQ or using the postfilter, which is quite good at much typical post processing, does give us the toolset we need with basic N6 plugs.
Rickard wrote:I regularly use the Nuendo eq and find it far more useful than the oOford which limits the range of each band. I can get further with 4 unlimited bands than 5 limited ones. Also I find Nuendo's eq to be better sounding. Oxford's eq whistles a little more if that description makes sense.
Rickard wrote:I also regularly use the postfilter in conjunction. It is a powerful combination for me and does the bulk of the heavy lifting. Studio Eq can help if I really need more bands- other eq's for sweetening.
Domilik wrote:Rickard wrote:I also regularly use the postfilter in conjunction. It is a powerful combination for me and does the bulk of the heavy lifting. Studio Eq can help if I really need more bands- other eq's for sweetening.
Once again, this means, that you have to use another EQ as an insert-plug, isn't it? My point is, that if I have to use another insert-toy I can directly choose a proper one, from a third party company, which gives me all the options I would like to have in a single post-EQ (and all the options I get in all the other DAWs I know).
But: I really like the idea of having a channel EQ, which is not an insert-plugin, and which gives me full visual feedback in mixer, and in channel overview. That's a great idea, imo, very much console-like, but just not usable at the moment, since - like you said - you have to EQ on several locations in chain due to the limited actual channel EQ.
psvennevig wrote:I agree. And if the channel eq included proper LF/HF filters, it would be sweet right?
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