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Old 09-27-2011, 10:31 PM
pete plympton pete plympton is offline
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Default Waves H-EQ analyzer

What is the simplest way to assign a analyzer mic to one side of the plugin
and a mix of pink noise and cd pb to the other side ?
Looking for a basic comparison readout of the two.
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Old 09-30-2011, 06:38 AM
danymeeuwissen danymeeuwissen is offline
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Default Re: Waves H-EQ analyzer


I would make a stereo channel, put the mic on the left input, en feed the right output with an aux out or group out.
you can easily assign pink noise (or a cd) to a group or aux.

Insert the H-EQ on that channel, et voila!

And don't forget to use it for EQ too, it sounds pretty nice.
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