User manual Behringer high-precision digital 24-bit/96 kHz EQ/RTA mastering processor DEQ2496

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ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496  
This symbol refers to an AUTO or SNGL filter (SNGL filter in  
LOCK mode), which is currently suppressing an identified  
feedback frequency.  
BASS TRIM (upper data wheel) corrects the volume of the  
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bass range by ±3 dB and thus makes up for the effect generated  
by the SHUFFLE function with regard to the perceivable volume  
of the bass frequencies.  
This symbol indicates that the AUTO and SNGL filters are in  
STOP mode. The settings already made remain active.  
However, “new” feedback frequencies are not eliminated.  
The FREQUENCY parameter (large data wheel) determines  
the cut-off frequency below which the SHUFFLE function pro-  
cesses (350 to 1,400 Hz). For normal stereo operation settings  
between 600 and 700 Hz usually sound best.  
This symbol refers to the filter assigned to the last feedback  
frequency identified.  
The parameters ASYMMETRY, ROTATION and FREQUENCY  
provide optional fine or coarse adjustment facilities (available by  
pressing the corresponding data wheels).  
The selection and editing of parameters is largely the  
same as in the PEQ menu, one exception being the B  
key: With a long key press you can reset all filters (menu  
page 2) or just the AUTO filters (menu page 3).  
3.4 DYN menu  
Your DEQ2496 offers a comprehensive set of dynamics  
processors for the optimization of audio signals. Two pages are  
available, on which you can adjust compressor and expander  
settings. An additional LIMITER function allows you to suppress  
signal peaks.  
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.3 WIDTH menu  
The WIDTH function gives you a stereo imager for processing  
stereo signals and is active in stereo LINK mode only.  
A signal whose stereo basis has been enlarged sounds much  
more interesting, because you can hear more pronounced  
differences between the two stereo sides. If used moderately,  
a stereo imager can clearly enhance the overall impression of  
your music.  
On both pages of the WIDTH menu, the parameters to be edited  
appear on the right-hand side. On the left you’ll find the RESET  
IMAGE-function (B key), which allows you to undo the previously  
made entries by means of a long key press. In the center of the  
display, a diagram shows both the stereo width of the signal  
Fig. 3.13: DYN menu (page 1)  
On the first page the B key lets you alternate between the  
compressor and expander functions. As in the other menus, the  
A key is used to alternate between the left and right stereo  
sides. In Stereo LINK mode all edits refer to both stereo sides.  
(triangle) and the mono signal (line).  
Explanation:  
A compressor reduces the volume level above a  
selected threshold and thus gives the sound more  
density and punch.  
An expander reduces the volume level below a selected  
threshold and thus also reduces the levels of  
interference, such as tape noise or crosstalk. Extreme  
settings make an expander act like a noise gate, cutting  
off signal levels below the threshold completely.  
Fig. 3.11: WIDTH menu (page 1)  
The parameter STEREOWIDTH offers a setting range from 0  
to 3.0 (large data wheel), and defines how clearly the two sides  
of the stereo image are separated from each other.  
The display is very much the same as in the DEQ menu,  
because here, too, signal processing depends on the volume  
level. On the right you’ll find the edit parameters with the LEVEL  
meter for the DYN input signal next to them, the GAIN meter  
showing the amount of boost/cut applied and finally a graphic  
representation of the control curve.  
With the upper data wheel you can edit the ASYMMETRY  
parameter and thus the relative volume of the left and right stereo  
signal, within a range from -90 to 90°, but without affecting the  
center mono signal. At 90 or -90° the left and right stereo sides  
overlap the mono signal, which means the stereo signal becomes  
a mono signal, too.  
The GAIN parameter (upper data wheel) corrects the volume  
of the compressed or expanded signal, within a range from  
15 to +15 dB. As in the DEQ module, the THRESHOLD value  
large data wheel) determines the point of onset, from which the  
compressor/expander starts processing the signal  
0 to -60 dB). The RATIO parameter adjusts the amount of  
attenuation, once the signal exceeds or drops below the threshold  
Use the ROTATION parameter (lower data wheel) to position  
the entire signal (stereo and mono) in the stereo image, without  
modifying the relative proportion between mono and stereo  
signals. This is useful, for example to position a single stereo  
signal in the overall mix (“true stereo” panorama setting).  
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(lower data wheel). The setting range is from 1:1.1 to 1:100.  
Fig. 3.12: WIDTH menu (page 2)  
The second page of this menu provides functions for  
processing the sound of the signal. For example, SHUFFLE (lower  
data wheel) generates an additional stereowidth effect for the  
low-frequency range, because the signal separation between  
the left and right stereo sides is not so clearly audible in the bass  
as it is in the treble range. The spatial character of the sound  
becomes thus more intensive. The setting range is from 1.0 to  
Fig. 3.14: DYN menu (page 2)  
The PAGE or DYN key takes you to the second menu page,  
where you can adjust additional compressor/expander  
parameters.  
Similarly to the DEQs, the upper data wheel adjusts the  
ATTACKtimefrom0to200ms.TheRELEASEtime(20to4.000ms)  
is set with the lower data wheel. Press the respective control to  
select a coarse or fine adjustment scale.  
3.0.  
3. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  
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