DSP Engine: Procedural Equalizer
The Procedural Equalizer is part of the DSP Engine.
For more information on accessing the DSP Engine, see here.
The procedural equalizer is used for advanced DSP configurations like digital crossovers, custom crossfeeds, and manual room correction. It allows you to enable and configure a series of DSP steps in a preferred order, to perform matrix mixing, and to decide which steps apply to which channels.
There are seven signal processing operations available in Procedural EQ, they are: Parametric EQ, Generic IIR filter
, Mute channels, Volume, Delay, Mix, and Invert phase.
You can add as many as you like and arrange them in the order of your choice. Just remember that heavy digital signal processing can have an impact on CPU performance. If you experience performance issues after applying Procedural EQ trying disabling some of the operations you've applied.
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