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

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ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496  
The high-shelving filter, on the other hand, raises  
positive gain) or lowers (negative gain) the level of the  
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frequency band above the adjusted frequency.  
The band-pass filter raises or lowers the level of the  
frequency range around the center frequency.  
The GAIN and BW(OCT) values can be reset by pressing the  
large data wheel.  
Fig. 3.5: DEQ menu (page 2)  
On the second page of the DEQ menu (accessed by pressing  
the DEQ or PAGE key), you can define two additional dynamics  
parameters.  
In this menu too, the A keys selects the left and right-channel  
signals.IfSTEREOLINKmodeshasbeenselectedintheUTILITIES  
menu (chapter 3.5), the parameter values refer to both sides.  
ATTACK (upper data wheel) determines how fast the dynamic  
EQ starts processing when the signal exceeds or drops below  
the threshold. The ATTACK times available range from 0 to 200  
milliseconds. Press this control to select a coarse or fine  
adjustment scale.  
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At least one filter must be activated on page 2 to  
be able to recall the first page of the PEQ menu.  
3.2.3 DEQ menu  
Press the DEQ key to select the DEQ menu. Due to their  
complexity, the Dynamic EQs have their parameters split up on  
three pages.  
The RELEASE parameter (lower data wheel) lets you adjust  
the time needed by the EQ to “release” the sound after the signal  
has exceeded or dropped below threshold (depending on the  
GAIN setting). The RELEASE times available range from 20 to  
Explanation:  
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a coarse or fine adjustment scale.  
,000 milliseconds. Here, too, you can press the control to select  
A Dynamic EQ influences a defined frequency range of  
a signal, based on the volume level. It can either raise or  
lower the level of a specific frequency, depending on  
the GAIN setting chosen by the user.  
It is on this page that you can also edit the THRESHOLD value  
(large data wheel), so as to be able to make some readjustments  
without having to change to another page.  
When the GAIN setting selected causes the frequency  
range to be lowered in level, and when the signal  
exceeds a pre-defined THRESHOLD, the EQ starts  
processing the sound and cuts the level of the respective  
frequency range. The amount of attenuation applied is  
determined by the RATIO parameter. When the signal  
drops below the THRESHOLD, the frequency range is  
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smoothed out” again, i.e. the Dynamic EQ stops  
processing the frequency range.  
Fig. 3.6: DEQ menu (page 3)  
When the GAIN setting selected causes the frequency  
range to be raised in level, this boost depends on the  
volume level. As soon as the level of the selected  
frequency range drops below a pre-defined THRESHOLD,  
this results in a signal boost determined by the RATIO  
parameter. If the signal exceeds the threshold again,  
the Dynamic EQ stops processing the sound.  
As mentioned before, page 3 includes a frequency diagram  
and the gain reduction meter. MODE (upper data wheel) defines  
the filter type, and you can choose from high-shelving, low-  
shelving and band-pass filters.  
The FREQUENCY parameter determines the center frequency  
of the filter (large data wheel). In the case of low-shelving and  
high-shelving filters, this is the cut-off frequency as of which  
the low or high frequencies are processed. The entire frequency  
spectrum ranges from 20 to 20,000 Hz. Press the data wheel to  
select a coarse (1/6 oct. per step) or fine adjustment scale  
On pages 1 and 2 of the DEQ menu you can adjust the necessary  
settings to determine the threshold and the way of sound  
processing. Additionally, you will find a graphic representation of  
the control curve with regard to THRESHOLD, GAIN and RATIO. In  
the center of the display, the LEVEL meter (left) indicates the  
filtered DEQ input level (control signal), while the GAIN meter (right)  
shows how much boost/cut is applied to the signal.  
(1/60 oct. per step).  
If you selected “bandpass” under MODE, the parameter  
BW(OCT) appears in the lower right part of the display. Here,  
you can use the lower data wheel to adjust the bandwidth of  
your choice and thus determine the “width” of the filter curve  
Page 3 includes a frequency diagram showing the filter curves  
with regard to frequency and threshold. The current DEQ input  
level can be seen from the LEVEL meter on the right.  
(1/10 oct. to 10 oct.).  
The B key selects which of the dynamic EQs is displayed.  
Three EQs are available for each stereo side. Keep the key  
pressed to reset the settings of the currently selected DEQ.  
This table shows an example with extreme settings, thus  
illustrating how a dynamic EQ works:  
Fig. 3.4: DEQ menu (page 1)  
BP  
The make-up gain parameter M-GAIN on page 1 allows you to  
set the amount of boost/cut for the filter with the upper data  
wheel. The setting range is from -15 to +15 dB. THRESHOLD  
1
.00 kHz  
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15 dB > continuous line  
(
large data wheel) defines the threshold as of which the filter  
0 dB > broken line  
function is activated. If the filter has been set to attenuate the  
signal (M-GAIN < 0), then the desired frequency range (see  
page 3) will be lowered in level as soon as it exceeds the  
threshold. If boost is required (M-GAIN > 0), the frequency range  
will be raised in level as soon as the signal drops below the  
threshold. The RATIO parameter (lower data wheel) determines  
the amount of boost/cut applied to the respective frequency  
range, if the signal exceeds or drops below the threshold. The  
setting range is from 1:2 to 1:100.  
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15 dB > dotted line  
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40 dB  
1:100  
Tab. 3.1: Bandpass with extreme settings (see also fig. 3.7)  
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3. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  
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