Forum: Wishes and new features

Post here the features you would like to see developed in VirtualDJ in the future.
Topic: Graphic EQ - Page: 1
is it not time VDJ had a built in EQ?

Image below is from Ultramixer software


Posted Sun 22 Oct 17 @ 9:15 pm

Posted Mon 23 Oct 17 @ 3:17 am

Posted Mon 23 Oct 17 @ 5:36 am
Downloaded,

Actually i can see that i had downloaded it before, but like a lot of things with this software how do you get it to work? your screenshot is interesting, i do not see the eq on my software.

Posted Wed 25 Oct 17 @ 4:59 pm
You need to assign it as a master effect then activate it. I agree it's not overly obvious for those not familiar with using effects.

Note: It won't work if you are using external soundcard configurations like MC6000 Mk1, like Sandbox it's for software mixing only.

I agree it's not overly obviouls for those not familiar with using effects.

Posted Wed 25 Oct 17 @ 5:06 pm
i am using mc6000mk2,

Posted Wed 25 Oct 17 @ 5:08 pm
Should work just fine then.

Go to the master tab, select it from the list then click the selected box to activate it. simple as that.


Posted Wed 25 Oct 17 @ 5:13 pm
Thanks,

Got it to work but it seems even with default settings it was clipping

Posted Wed 25 Oct 17 @ 6:03 pm
You maybe need to lower the zeroDB setting.

I've not used it in ages since I got rid of the Pioneer SX2 but I use -6 as standard these days.

Posted Wed 25 Oct 17 @ 6:05 pm
please explain where this setting is.

Posted Thu 26 Oct 17 @ 2:05 pm
In the regular settings->options->zeroDB

It's a general setting for all master output from VDJ
Mine is usually set to -3db

Posted Thu 26 Oct 17 @ 2:23 pm
It's in options as below.


Posted Thu 26 Oct 17 @ 2:23 pm
Thanks,

Set it to -12 and the master volume on my skin to 50%


Posted Thu 26 Oct 17 @ 2:44 pm
Just be aware it does lower your master out volume that goes to amp, speakers etc.

Posted Thu 26 Oct 17 @ 2:48 pm
Yes of course, it isnt the volume, got plenty of that just the eq, i.e. low end.

Posted Thu 26 Oct 17 @ 3:23 pm
freppaPRO InfinityMember since 2002
You could use this aswell.

Posted Sun 29 Oct 17 @ 12:41 pm
SBDJPRO InfinitySenior staffMember since 2006
You can try cutting the mid/hi's instead of boosting the lows - might find it leaves you more headroom :)

Posted Wed 01 Nov 17 @ 3:09 pm
dj5826PRO InfinityMember since 2008
I love the 10 band eq, I just find that any slight movement on a fequency has a major impact on the sound output. Any suggestions on how to make the eq less sensitive?

Posted Thu 02 Nov 17 @ 1:18 am
dj5826PRO InfinityMember since 2008
Wanted to refresh my post from earlier this month.

I have the master output on 33% (which is probably irrelevant), but any slight movement on any frequency has a massive effect on the sound output. Please advise how I can limit the eq's effect so I have more headroom on the frequency sliders.

TIA

Posted Tue 14 Nov 17 @ 11:25 pm
freppaPRO InfinityMember since 2002
I agree with you that the sensitivity on the EQ (30) is a bit to sensitive.
Dont know about the master output, but to get headroom you dont have to lower the volume that much (I have it set at 80%).

We could ask Scott that made the EQ if he could make it less sensitive, please ?

Posted Wed 15 Nov 17 @ 3:10 pm
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