Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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i don't know of any free EQs that are better than EQ8 in Live... if you put an instance of Spectrum on to your track you should be able to get a lot of detail
The Ableton Device Spectrum not only shows you the frequencies being generated by your music in real time, it also will show you the specific note that a frequency corresponds to. Hold your mouse anywhere over the graphical display in Spectrum and a box in the lower right corner will show you the exact frequency, decibel level, and corresponding note based on where your mouse is.
yeah, i was afraid that's what your true/specific aim was. sorry, i did actually google around for a minute before i posted. i thought BlueCat's EQ had bars. when that didn't pan out i tried a several more sites but found nothing for Mac. i was hoping the spcetrum/EQ8 combo would give you something close.uthemus wrote:Thanks, H2O. Totally agree with you on EQ8 in Live; however, I should redact and indicate that I am looking for an equivalent of Spectrum but with Bars.