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Multichannel Parametric EQ Filter


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.

How to Use
Adding the Block to Your System
  1. Click the Processing tab to open the Processing Workspace.
  2. In the palette area, click the DSP tab.
  3. Expand the Filters category of blocks.
  4. Click and drag the Parametric EQ:Multichannel block into your Processing Map.
  5. Wire it into your system in the appropriate location.
  6. (Optional) Customize the names of the block and the input and output node by clicking their current name and then typing the custom name in the text box that appears. Click the X to save the name.
  7. Click on the <Add> icon to add additional inputs and outputs.
Configuring the Block


User Interface Elements
Multichannel Parametric EQ Block

Parametric EQ Block

UI Element Purpose
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.


Parametric EQ Block Properties

Properties are identical to the standard Halogen PEQ Block.

See: Parametric EQ Block Properties.