Package published on November 29, 2020 by luftrausch
Designed basically for Post-Production Dialog and Mixing demands.
Horizontal Layout [Static]:
The “Presets” row (indicated thru ClipEQ Icons) are actually no presets. All Values are stored within SF, so they work wherever you are.
A press on those "Preset-Buttons" engage a - 4.5 db Bell like shown on the Icon
- 45 hz - Q 1
- 400 hz - Q 2
- 1.5 k - Q 2
- 10.5k - Q 1
- and Tilts @ 20 hz / 20 khz - 1.5 db - Q 0.5
- Buid in [SafetyNet] - at least one full clip must be selected in order to perform (thanks to Kitch Membery)
Horizontal Layout [Dynamic]:
The "Preset-Buttons" append in addition:
- [Back and Play + Keep Selection] + [Clear Solos] (indicated thru Icon changes)
- [Back and Play] behaviour can be adjusted in Pro Tools Preferences
The coloured Rows above and below are +/- 1.5 db gain steps relative to the current gain value.
Pre selected filter @ 100 hz / 10 khz (12 db/oct) with adjustable frequency relative to the current value.
“Copy Clip Effects” + “Paste Clip Effects” + “Bypass Clip Effects” and “<factory default> Clip Effects” are also assigned in the horizontal layout.
The [Static] Deck is good for Editing tasks, while the [Dynamic] Deck is intend for Mixing.
All Values of the ClipEQ can be adjusted in relative mode.
Good to know:
- [shift + cmd + return] shortcut is used to confirm entries in the ClipEq
- Numeric Keypad entries for Values is used, [shift + alt + Numeric (,)] for (.) entries
- Make sure Clip Effects [Input Trim] section is fully visible
- Make sure Clip Effects Winow is free of floatings
- [Numeric Keypad: Classic] seems to work best.
- All Icons with an "Arrow" indicates relative changes (except Clip Effect Menu commands)
- A "Wait Interval" of 5ms is in between most actions, cause of missing a ClipEq UI or ClipEq Menu integration.