In all but one respect, the functionality of the Parametric EQ: Multichannel block is identical to that of a standard Halogen PEQ Block. The only difference is that you can add up to 80 input and output pairs. All channels are processed identically based on a common set of parameters.
The block is used in applications where a number of channels require the same equalization. An Example is when an AEC reference and room require the same processing.
See: Parametric EQ Filter
See: Introduction to Conferencing for an example application.
|Input node||Connection point for wiring an input to the PEQ Block. Each input channel is routed to the opposing output channel through a PEQ filter set.|
|Output node||Connection point for wiring an output to the PEQ Block.|
|<Add> Input/Output||Click to add another Input/Output pair of nodes, or wire to the <Add> node to automatically create a new channel.|
|x 1||Indicates the total number of Parametric EQ filters in the block.|
Properties are identical to the standard Halogen PEQ Block.