Hi. Just bought CurveEQ, Two questions:
1) Is there a wet/dry function or a percentage (amount) to apply the reference spectra to the target? It seems there should be one, and perhaps I just haven't found a way to do this yet?
Oftentimes, I am finding that I am needing that control. For example, in Logic's Match EQ, there is a percentage slider of how much adjustment gets applied.
2) Is there a way when pulling eq nodes up or down (level) or left or right (frequency) to only pull one direction? Is there a modifier key perhaps? Meaning, often times I want to make minute freq. or level adjustments, but find the mouse fidelity usually messes things up. (eg, I just want to lower the level of a node, and I end up moving the frequency as well.) It would be great to have a modifier or a preference for "drag one way only."
Hope that makes sense. Glad to explain more if needed. I'm sure there are easy ways to accomplish these two items and I probably am not seeing the solution.
You can use the Scale button to adjust the amount of matching filtering.
Hold the Ctrl key to move control points up/down only.
CTRL Key - thanks.
For the other, I can't see any Scale Button anywhere, nor in the CurveEQ manual - where is the scale button?
Nevermind. I found the scale button. Very strange (maybe a bug) in that I was trying to drag over the up/down arrows, but nothing happened in my session. Though, if I open a new session, it works fine. Maybe something about that session...
Last question - is there a way to see a percentage or amount of scaling that is taking place? This is a good thing to have for reference.
There's a bug present with the scale button- it will be fixed eventually.
It isn't possible to see the scale amount- I find this to be unuseful.
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