I’ve been going back and looking into why it seems like some EQ’s are easier to dial in than others in certain applications. Just trying to understand tools a little better.
From the BozLabs website:
And of course, in order to preserve the spectral integrity of analog filters, we do not do any of the digital pre-warping tricks.
What’s an example of a digital pre-warping trick, and who else uses them? Sorry…not up to speed on digital pre-warping tactics for analog filter emulators haha.
Instead, each filter has a nice symmetric frequency response
What does symmetric mean in terms of an eq? And whats an example of a EQ plugin that does NOT have a symmetric frequency response?
all the way up to Nyquist frequency, giving it a much more natural and musical response in the high frequencies.
I know there’s a lot of people on here that are smarter than me, so can someone translate this wikipedia reference to Nyquist into plane english if that’s possible?
Haha… a blast from the past on this EQ unit!