Graphical Control of a Parametric Equalizer

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  author =       "Joern Loviscach",
  title =        "Graphical Control of a Parametric Equalizer",
  booktitle =    "AES",
  year =         "2008",
  address =      "Amsterdam",
  month =        "17-20 " # may,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  URL =          "",
  abstract =     "Graphic equalisers allow the user to define a filter's
                 magnitude response virtually free of restrictions.
                 Parametric equalisers are much more limited. However,
                 they offer some vital advantages over graphic
                 equalizers, such as consuming less computational power
                 and operating minimally invasively with naturally soft
                 magnitude and phase responses. This work aims at
                 combining the best of both worlds: It presents a range
                 of methods to control a digital parametric equaliser
                 graphically through a curve or a collection of anchor
                 points. While the user is editing the graphical input,
                 an optimisation process runs in the background and
                 adjusts the equaliser's parameters to reflect the
                 input. In addition, the number of bands and their type
                 (shelving/peak) can be adjusted automatically to
                 produce a simple solution.",
  notes =        "Paper Number: 7437 AES Convention: 124 (May 2008)
                 slides available on


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