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Zeh
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Any Logic plugin allows to listen a selected frequencie?

Fri Dec 11, 2020 11:07 am

Hi All,
Good night. Hope everyone is well.

I saw a tutorial of Fab Filter Q-Pro in which the most interesting feature to me is the capacity to listen an isolated frequency. I mean: If you boost in 250Hz you can click and listen only the sound in this frequency. This seems to help a lot in finding frequencies to cut and boost.
I look at the EQ in Logic but couldn´t find a feature like this.

Does anyone know if there is any tool that allows to listen only selected frequencies in the EQ?

Thanks
Zeh
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Re: Any Logic plugin allows to listen a selected frequencie?

Sat Dec 12, 2020 8:18 am

Zeh wrote:
Hi All,
Good night. Hope everyone is well.

I saw a tutorial of Fab Filter Q-Pro in which the most interesting feature to me is the capacity to listen an isolated frequency. I mean: If you boost in 250Hz you can click and listen only the sound in this frequency. This seems to help a lot in finding frequencies to cut and boost.
I look at the EQ in Logic but couldn´t find a feature like this.

Does anyone know if there is any tool that allows to listen only selected frequencies in the EQ?

Thanks


AUBandpass, you can specify the Freq and the Width to capture
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