Ive only noticed drop outs / choppy behavior from wave editor and SEQ2 when
the source is mono / single channel being exported to stereo. As mentioned its
a shame these two dont work better together, when they are stable its great -
but Ive lost count how many times Ive spent over an hour fiddling with SEQ2
only to hit save and then it crashes... litereally... I managed to grab SEQ2
when there was a group buy going on, i think it was 49 dollars. Which was some
time ago and Ive not noticed any updates since.
Both have major stability issues. Which is why I opted also for Amadeus pro,
shame it doest have a real time plug in architecture the same as waveeditor -
but for editing without eq its far faster. And the sonogram feature is worth
the asking price alone.
--- In "justinasia" <> wrote:
> Thanks everyone for your input about EQ plugins. I've followed up on all
> suggestions as follows:
> > I use SEQ2 From Neugen audio for the EQ part,
> Hi Mike
> I just tried the trial of SEQ2. It's $119 so I would like to be sure it works
> well. It seemed more controllable than the Apple one and so should be good
> for me. However, I had a problem. I used it to EQ the track, then flattened
> the layer (that's how it works in Wave Editor), and then saved the track
> (with a few more steps in between such as dither and so on). When I sent it
> to a friend he noticed that at 2 points in the track there were silences,
> lasting less than 0.03 seconds which give a very annoying click. This
> evidently occurred during editing (they are not in the original recording).
> Do you think that could have been due to the SEQ2? Otherwise it is a strange
> coincidence as it has never happened before that I have noticed, although, it
> could have been due to Wave Editor in one of the other editing steps. I would
> not like to use SEQ2 if it may introduce random errors like that.
> > If there's an AU plugin that cannot be found through this resource:
> > http://www.kvraudio.com/
> > it won't be missing too long.
> Hi Rob
> They seem to have hundreds! I would really like to go by personal
> recommendations though, so I know there should not be any troubles. Any
> I searched their site and this one was recommended, "ddmf IIEQ pro". I
> thought the curves seem like they cannot be made very steep, for example the
> curve for the high pass filter shows that if you want -20db at 20Hz, it
> starts the curve going down at over 200Hz. Even the notch filter for the same
> starts at just below 200Hz. Is that considered steep enough? SEQ2 at least
> was able to make a far steeper curve. Plus, it makes a worrying thump sound
> through my speakers when turning on a filter.
> As for the LADSPA EQ plugs, I am hoping to stay in one application if
> possible (Wave Editor, with which I assume they will not work).
> I tried Blue Cat triple EQ, but it doesn't seem to load into Wave Editor.
> Waves Renaissance EQ is $200 which I am hoping to not have to spend.
> Trackplug I am investigating now.
> > I'm sorry that I can't remember who it was at the moment, but one
> > alert list reader suggested an EQ app that had unlimited bands of EQ
> > (or many) that sounded very similar to Eqium to me.
> I searched. Was it apulSoft apEQ ?
> US$74.88. Seems to be good. You can also zap really narrow sections of
> frequency - they call it "band reject". I expect that can be useful. Does
> anyone have opinions of this plugin? Perhaps it is "the one".
> Thanks everyone