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MULTEQ -- multi-band equalizer
quick syntax:MULTEQ(outsk, insk, dur, AMP, MASTERBYPASS, EQTYPE1, FILTFREQ1, FILTQ1, FILTAMP1, FILTBYPASS1, ... EQTYPEN, FILTFREQN, FILTQN, FILTAMPN, FILTBYPASSN)
CAPITALIZED parameters are pfield-enabled for table or dynamic control (see the maketable or makeconnection scorefile commands). Parameters after the [bracket] are optional and default to 0 unless otherwise noted.
p0 = output start time (seconds) p1 = input start time (seconds) p2 = input duration (seconds) p3 = amplitude multiplier (relative multiplier of input signal) p4 = master (bypass 0: bypass off, 1: bypass on) (usually use 0) p5, p6, p7, p8, p9 ... pN-4, pN-3, pN-2, pN-1, pN starting with p5, the next N pfields are quintuples describing each EQ band: - EQ type ("lowpass", "highpass", "lowshelf", "highshelf", "peaknotch") or numeric codes for the filter type (1: lowpass, 2: highpass, 3: lowshelf, 4: highshelf, 5: peaknotch) - filter frequency (Hz) - filter Q (c. 0.5-10) - filter gain (cut or boost, in dB -- for shelf and peak/notch only) - bypass (bypass 0: bypass off, 1: bypass on) (usually use 0) Not all have to specified; a maximum of 8 quintuples is allowed. p3 (amplitude), p4 (bypass) as well as the EQ type, freq, Q, gain and bypass pfields for individual bands can receive dynamic updates from a table or real-time control source. The EQ type pfields can be updated only when using numeric codes Author: John Gibson, 26 Sep 2004 Based on formulas by Robert Bristow-Johnson ("Audio-EQ-Cookbook") and code by Tom St Denis (see musicdsp.org)
MULTEQ is a very flexible approach to signal filtering, especially when the pfield capabilities of each individual filter section is employed. The code is based on the EQ instrument.
Usage NotesThe individual bands of MULTEQ can be set to do several different types of filters (peak/notch, shelving and high/low pass types), depending on the setting of "EQTYPE" pfields for each one.
A standard 'biquad' DSP filter algorithm is used to build these different types of filters.
In addition to the filter frequency and gain, the 'Q' ("FILTQ") can be used to determine how 'steep' each of the filter bands will be. Filter parameters for the individual bands are interpreted depening on what type of filter type is selected.
The "FILTAMP" parameter for each filter band is in dB, expressed as a boost (+dB) or a cut (-dB) that will deviated from the overall master ampilitude multiplier of the signal ("AMP", p3).
MULTEQ is either mono-to-mono or stereo-to-stereo.
Sample Scoresvery basic:
rtsetparams(44100, 2) load("MULTEQ") rtinput("mystereofile.wav") inskip = 0 dur = DUR() amp = 0.5 bypass = 0 type1 = "lowshelf" freq1 = maketable("line", "nonorm", 100, 0,100, 1,100, 3,1000) Q1 = 10 gain1 = maketable("line", "nonorm", 100, 0,6, 1,6, 3,-6) bypass1 = 0 type2 = "highshelf" freq2 = 2000 Q2 = 5 gain2 = maketable("line", "nonorm", 100, 0,-12, 1,9, 2,0) bypass2 = 0 MULTEQ(0, inskip, dur, amp, bypass, type1, freq1, Q1, gain1, bypass1, type2, freq2, Q2, gain2, bypass2)
See Alsomaketable, BUTTER, ELL, FIR, FILTSWEEP, FILTERBANK, FOLLOWBUTTER, IIR, JFIR, MOOGVCF, EQ, SPECTEQ, SPECTEQ2