Cubase 7.5 pre eq

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Chief Cook and Bottle Washer
Member Since: May 10, 2002

Been a minute since I dropped by. Can't find anything on this except the Steinberg hype that it is a new "feature". Questionable nomenclature at this juncture.

Has anyone used the pre-eq in Cubase? Not too sure what to do with it. Obviously you can assign a low shelf at a selectable frequency as well as a high shelf. So exactly how does the gain adjustment effect either or both? It appears it could actually be a feature if it were to help cut out the rumble region hopefully with a steeper Q than the low shelf on eq1. Or maybe it's just window dressing?

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Since: Apr 03, 2002


Sep 02, 2014 08:00 am

I don't use a pre-eq often at all no matter the platform...very rarely...I tend to record very, very flat, then do eqing and processing after the fact.

Chief Cook and Bottle Washer
Member
Since: May 10, 2002


Sep 02, 2014 08:08 am

Now that makes more sense. I was looking at it as an option for post recording eq. I'll bet you're right. It's intended to be applied to the incoming signal during recording. That makes more sense.

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Since: Apr 03, 2002


Sep 02, 2014 09:01 am

Before/while recording it could be useful if you need to roll off some extreme highs or lows (wish I'd have done that in a couple recordings that just kill me now, but I no longer have the sources for)...but outside of that, not sure what one would use it for during recording.

bace135 in the house tonight!
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Since: Jan 28, 2003


Sep 05, 2014 05:56 pm

My mic pre has an eq button on it that will cut the lows. I'm assuming the Cubase function you speak of is probably something similar. I never press the button though, and just eq what I want after the fact.

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