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Offline EQ sampling

Post by yr » Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:29 pm

Hi,

I'm trying to sample a steep 35Hz HP filter from a vst plugin using NAT. I'm using the latest (offline) clean pre smooth 1 session, but for some reason the frequency response of the created preset is very much off (see pics below). Any ideas?
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Re: Offline EQ sampling

Post by Mirco » Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:30 pm

hello,

did you checked for latency in the testtones coming back from the vst? and how long is the testtone you have choosen to sample? it can be that the latency - which might is there - cuts some important informations!

if not try to increase the FFT-Size in the "Kern-Page" of Nebula and see if it will get better.

hope this helps
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Re: Offline EQ sampling

Post by yr » Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:46 pm

Hi,

The test tone is 23.1sec long. There is no latency in the resulting file as far as I can tell. The strange thing is that I did manage to create a preset with some small boosts and cuts using the same vst EQ and the Nebula version was very accurate. I have no idea why the HP is not working. Prolonging the kernel has no effect.
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