20 node Parametric Eq in Scriptnode
How can we make a parametric eq with 20 nodes in the scriptnode without going snex? Just putting the filters in serial on a container chain?
Is it possible to show the graphic of all of these nodes in a single analyser? I just can't figure out how to do it.
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@Fortune you don’t need scriptnode unless you have a specific reason I am not aware of…
An EQ module will give you all that you need
@ustk Thank you for the suggestion.
Standard Parametric Eq module consist of biquad filters. I really like the sound / character of the "svf_eq" node in the scriptnode, because of that I've asked. This is very different sounding filter.
Also, is it possible to connect the filter graphic to an analyser on the GUI?
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@Fortune I am also looking for a way to do this. I want a 6-band EQ strictly in Scriptnode. At the moment ive tried just having 6 filters in parallel summed at the end...
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@Fortune Serial is the way to do it unless you want the extra headache of compensating for parallel gain increase
@dustbro I haven't found a way either. I don't know if the way to do it should be via floating tile FilterCurve + index or external display buffer.
@Christoph-Hart Is it an issue to report or something else?
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@Fortune You can switch the filter type being used in the CurveEQ with a preprocessor. Just add
in the project settings and it should use the state variable filter types (where possible). I did that with PercX (because they sound much better if you modulate them), but I didn't want to change the default type for backwards compatibility reasons.
If you want to use them in HISE during development, you will have to recompile it with the flag too.
@Christoph-Hart Oh, It's great to know that. State variable filter sounds smoother to my hears. Standard biquad filters are so good though!
That's been very helpful. Thank you so much!