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Thread multi-band compression

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mikey_j_420

mikey_j_420

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1 Posted on 08/09/2004 at 13:24:17
Hey everyone, whats up?
I have a quick question for you all, and I hope someone can help me.
Im running Cool Edit Pro 2.0 which as you may or may not know, doesn't come with a multi-band compressor.
However, there is a way of working one in using certain scripts.
Here's my question:
What are the average frequency ranges for low end, mid-range, and high end? I have my bass jacked up at around 50 hz to get that thumping feeling I like so much, but that's about all I know. I need to know where to seperate the deferent bands. I was guessing that the low end would be 50 hz-250hz. Am I right? Please help!!!
Thanks,

Bones.
Axeman

Axeman

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2 Posted on 08/09/2004 at 14:41:46
Bones-

Try this link:

https://www.vettaville.nl/vvEQ%20Eng.htm

Good info.....
The Axeman (##(===> Cuts From My New Blues CD
mikey_j_420

mikey_j_420

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3 Posted on 08/09/2004 at 18:15:13
AXEMAN!!!!!
THANK YOU!!!!!
That page is EXACTLY was what I was looking for!!
Thanks alot man, I really appreciate it.
I owe ya one.

Later,
Bones.
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