GUI for the Parametric EQ

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    I might add this as floating tile so you can connect it to your curve EQ, but drawing this with pure scripting (like the Dynamics widget) is a bit difficult because you have to calculate the filter response from the coefficients which is about 18x as complicated as the Dynamics code.

  • @christoph-hart Has there been any update to this? Or documentation on skinning the Parametriq EQ? Would love to add these controls to my GUI.

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    This is on my roadmap for quite some time now. Unfortunately drawing a frequency response is not as easy as the dynamic meter (lot's of math wizardry with complex numbers involved), but I think about adding the curve eq plot as a floating tile.

  • it would be great, with a color, line shape (thickness, fill color...etc) customisation....

  • @christoph-hart Is there a simpler, fix band type eq that could be implemented more easily?

  • Or maybe a doc on Script FX? Is it possible to throw in an open source EQ script into that slot?

  • @Christoph-Hart I just realized that control over the EQ parameter knobs IS functional. ☺ Very exciting!
    If you have 2 different EQ points set in the parametric EQ, how can you differentiate the knob controls between each node? By default, they control node 0.

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    Just multiply it with the band index 🙂

    inline function onBand2GainControl(component, value)
        // Use the BandOffset as multiplier to get the correct attribute index
        local index = 1 * ParametriqEQ.BandOffset + ParametriqEQ.Gain;
        ParametriqEQ.setAttribute(index, value);

    Example patch:

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  • @christoph-hart is there a way to see the code associated with the WYSIWYG editor?

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    Not sure what you mean with " code associated with the WYSIWYG editor?"

    Anyways, I have added a floating tile that shows the filter graph. It can be connected to either a parametriq EQ or to (mono / poly) filter effects:


    It's just read only so you can't drag the curves, but this shouldn't be too much of a restriction...

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