Master EQ output section

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  1. NickK

    NickK Well-Known Member

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    Would love to see some kind of master EQ section that would come after the cab, with high low cuts, different slopes, maybe parametric and graphic eq etc.

    Lots of times i get better results and tone shaping options when i use Mooer Radar after the AF (with cab off on AF).
     
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    i second that. would be useful if you could access it easily (as in with a key shortcut) for shaping live tone on the spot for different venues
     
  3. Jay Mitchell

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    Placement before or after the cab will make no difference. The order in which sequential linear blocks are placed in the signal chain does not matter; the result will be the same. Both the EQ and cab blocks are linear.

    One thing that would be extremely useful is global EQ. That would enable a user to tweak the response to account for room acoustics without having to edit and save individual presets.
     
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    Dave_5150 Senior Member

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    Yep, global EQ would be great. At one point I used to run an MXR EQ pedal after the AA to do this.
     
  5. Dagwin

    Dagwin Well-Known Member

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    And have a Global Option for using the Treble/Mid/Bass controls on the Amplifire itself as general equilizer.
    Would be very handy for gigs if you need to adjust a bit for the room.
     
  6. NickK

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    Global parametric and high low cuts... That would be handy... If you have brighter PA you can lower that high cut and find that notches that can be nasty...
     
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    +1 on the global setting.
     
  8. Eric Raymond

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    And while you're at it a global pre eq with volume.
     
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    Global EQ... YES!

    I'd pay money for that firmware upgrade.
     
  10. DreamTheaterRules

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    No questioning the need, or usefulness of a global EQ. How would you implement it in the hardware so that it was actually useful? I totally agree that taking our presets into multiple environments and having a quick easy way to tune to that, without messing with every preset, would be great. IF, you didn't have to scroll through too many menus on the unit screen. Maybe have a quick setting that made the EQ knobs on the units become the controls for this EQ. But a setting you could get too easily. Hauling a laptop to every gig to access these settings wouldn't work well for many. (Again making another case for an IOS Editor app!).

    If they could make a global EQ that you could EASILY turn on and then use the hardware knobs, that would be perfect for me.
     
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    I replaced my quilter mini 101 with a Seymour Duncan Powerstage 170.
    Gets crazy loud and you have Treble/Mid/Bass knobs to adjust for each location.

    But the reason I have done this is because you can't use the Treble/Mid/Bass on the AA6 for this purpose (no global setting) ;-)
     

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