RJHollins wrote:Getting more time with this EQ ... but having a question come up.
I'm looking at the displayed 'Q' values displayed and viewing with the VSTAnalyzer scope.
Has anyone been able to correlate these values ???
Correlate? How so?
The 'Q' numbers displayed on Nebula shows a bandwidth that is much wider.
A 'Q' of 1 should be ~ 1 octave ... so a bell at 300hz at +6dB should have -3db points around 200 and 400 hz.
The MFeQ at the same setting shows the -3dB down points at 70 and 4000 Hz. This is not even in the ballpark.
Forget using your ears ... I'm talking strict analysis.
What's going on ?
Ah... I don't know why it is so wide to be honest but I always tend to keep the Q at the middle point or just lower it a bit if I'm cutting. I didn't analyze this before but maybe that's how the unit works (in theory it should work as you say, though). You know the drill "if it's too much just go back a few steps"
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