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The spectrum of the track can be exported to any other instance of GlissEQ thus making interchannel spectrum overlays possible.

How do you do this with this plugin.  Any video's available?


There is GlissEQ user's manual available where this is described.

Where is this manual and what page is it on.

The "Overlay" block of selectors allows you to overlay (import) spectrums exported in other instances of GlissEQ.  For example, this way you can overlay the spectrum of the bass drum track which can be useful if the current instance of GlissEQ was inserted on the bass track.  Having bass drum track's spectrum overlayed on the bass track's spectrum allows you to equalize the bass track more precisely.  The same concept applies to any types of instruments you are equalizing: seeing the spectrum of another instrument will help you to free some particular frequency ranges giving that instrument more spectral space in the mix.

This all i can find


You should put GlissEQ on all channels inserts you wish to monitor.  Then you have to use the 'Export' selector.  In another instance you can use 'Overlay' selectors to overlay spectrums in real-time.  You always see a processed signal in GlissEQ (be it the current or another channel).??????

This is the required information I suppose.

The spectrum you want to see in OTHER instances have to be exported - hope this is understandable.  E.g. you select Export to 1 on Bass Drum track.  And THEN select Overlay 1 on Bass track.  This way you will see bass drum's spectrum on bass track.  GlissEQ should be inserted into both tracks, of course.


Will try that Many thanks Aleksey.

You are welcome!
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