Advanced FFT Audio Input [Freq. Range]

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HI5
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Advanced FFT Audio Input [Freq. Range]

Post by HI5 »

Hey,

i love using FFT audio input to animate stuff like FX values and scaling to the sound.

1:
I would love to be able to use more than one FFT input.
If i want to represent a DJs Deck A & B i now have to split stereo to mono and use y-adapters in the mixers line outputs.
So one channel will mono represent DeckA and the other channel represents mono DeckB
This way i can reach my goal but this setup fails when it comes to stereo effects in audio signal.

2:
Would be a big thing for me if i would have the chance to let things react to different frequencys representing the Low, Mid and HI audio frequencys for example. Using EQ range as a gate would be a nice thing. Things would react to a baseline or hihats for example.

So i mainly ask for a FQ input Range setting next to Gain and Fall settings.

Have a good day.

Jan

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Re: Advanced FFT Audio Input [Freq. Range]

Post by Zoltán »

2:
Would be a big thing for me if i would have the chance to let things react to different frequencys representing the Low, Mid and HI audio frequencys for example.
you mean like this? https://resolume.com/manual/en/r5/contr ... o_analysis
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HI5
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Re: Advanced FFT Audio Input [Freq. Range]

Post by HI5 »

Yeah! :oops: :shock: :D

So youre telling me its already implemented. WOW
Now i wanna stop my regular work and give it a try.

THX a lot for the hint.

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