The lows are at the top starting from C1. I need to think of a way to mark that off to avoid confusion. Any suggestions?
You could write C1 at the top . C9 at the bottom? Possibly the corresponding cycle next to each the C1,C2,etc.
Your plug in idea has given me another idea. Here's an idea that will make you RICH! Well... we'll see.
Say you have a vocal tuner that can track pitch and export a midi file. Then import the midi file into Pipelines nicEQ. The pitches detected on the midi will trigger your eq to add the desired gain to that midi pitch as the clip plays. You can also decide how much to eq the frequencies that aren't effected by the midi pitches. You following?
Don't know exactly how this would sound, if it would be musical or not. It might help a vocal cut through the mix more because it's not taking up as much space and cluttering (if you were to subtractive eq where you didn't need). I dont know alright, just brainstorming! I suppose this can be done with your plug if you took it note by note and edited, maybe that way you could try it out.
Either way, I'm gonna try your plug. It's interesting. Never been done before? I admire the ambition..
It can be the new autotune eq! Pitch it now to Antares and Waves before they take creditThanks! Lots of food for thought!
If I do like C1 and C2 and such, the download will be about 7 megs. You think that's too big?
I used the WDL/iPlug framework for this plugin so that I would be able to do mac and 64 bit versions easier. Not to mention how well iplug stuff seems to be running in different hosts.
The little gain faders don't even work for me. The way I change the gain is through using the letter as a knob/pot. Did you intend both ways to work? If you're concerned with keeping the size small, you could remove either the gain fader or the notes gain knob/pot.
Whats the main goal of your note based EQ? What are it's most useful applications? What inspired you to create it?
Mostly all three of these plugs I made were for really specific problems. I was going to make a note based one with just 12 bands to deal with the first few frets on a bass guitar, but then I remembered how much note centers were used in mastering, and then figured the range was going to be too low for other uses people might have, like dealing with specific thin vocal notes or guitars, so I just made it cover the whole range.