Simple 7 Band EQ ALGO

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    • #114606
      Custom Chris
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      It would be really great to come out with a straightforward 7 band EQ algorithm with no frills so I can save presets and not have to fiddle with my eq on my Mesa Mark IV amp between songs, or in song tone changes. If you made a separate Eventide Pedal with a 7 Band eq and 7 knobs below with (4) distortion sounds for each knob (provides 28 different distortion algorithms) depending on the position of knob that’ ranges from fuzz, mildly distorted to full blown low end crunch, I would buy it. Just sayin.

    • #148427
      Tomtama
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      Custom Chris wrote:
      It would be really great to come out with a straightforward 7 band EQ algorithm with no frills so I can save presets and not have to fiddle with my eq on my Mesa Mark IV amp between songs, or in song tone changes. If you made a separate Eventide Pedal with a 7 Band eq and 7 knobs below with (4) distortion sounds for each knob (provides 28 different distortion algorithms) depending on the position of knob that’ ranges from fuzz, mildly distorted to full blown low end crunch, I would buy it. Just sayin.

       

      It sounds like you want something like the Elektron Analog Drive pedal.  Eight drive types in one pedal, 3 band EQ with sweepable mid, 100 presets, Midi controllable. https://www.elektron.se/products/analog-drive/

    • #148444
      Custom Chris
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      Seems like a good pedal. I get really good tones out of the mark v, but could use a (7) Band EQ that I could switch by simply changing banks. I guess I’ll fiddle some more with CrushStation (3) Band eq

      • #148445
        gkellum
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        Custom Chris wrote:

        Seems like a good pedal. I get really good tones out of the mark v, but could use a (7) Band EQ that I could switch by simply changing banks. I guess I’ll fiddle some more with CrushStation (3) Band eq

        There's a nice parametric EQ in EQ Compressor as well of course.  We've talked about making something like a 7 band EQ in the past, but it hasn't been one of the more frequently requested algorithms on the forums.

      • #148503
        Schilling
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        gkellum wrote:

        Custom Chris wrote:

        Seems like a good pedal. I get really good tones out of the mark v, but could use a (7) Band EQ that I could switch by simply changing banks. I guess I’ll fiddle some more with CrushStation (3) Band eq

        There’s a nice parametric EQ in EQ Compressor as well of course.  We’ve talked about making something like a 7 band EQ in the past, but it hasn’t been one of the more frequently requested algorithms on the forums.

         

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        So let’s start requesting it.

        cool

        +1

         

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    • #148556
      mistercharlie
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      +1 here, too. I already use the EQ Comp, but a slider-based graphic EQ would be easier to tweak quickly.

    • #149151
      davebrubaker
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      A sweepable midrange would be ideal. 

    • #149883
      flamefork
      Member

      +1

    • #149886
      davebrubaker
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      Add my vote to the list. If it could scoop the mids, that would be cool.

       

    • #149887
      Schilling
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      +1

    • #150453
      jm345
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      +1

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