DSP Engine: Procedural Equalizer

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 configure a series of DSP steps in order, to perform matrix mixing, and to decide which steps apply to which channels.

As of Roon 1.3, this feature is very new, and has not received a huge amount of testing. Please feel free to visit our community and let us know if you have any questions or feedback.

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