Graphic equalizer
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    Graphic equalizer

    by demon » Mon Oct 22, 2007 2:58 pm

    Hi,
    there is a module with a equalizer with column bar that move with the music?
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    Try CoreMelt VU

    by VjKg » Tue Oct 23, 2007 5:10 am

    I downloaded the free Quartz Composer files for CoreMelt VU. The VU meter ones work ok, but I have had no luck with the EQ. Maybe others here can prevail were I have not.

    http://www.coremelt.com/
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    by DJSare » Tue Oct 23, 2007 9:50 am

    Can you youse the SndObj in Modul8? :?:

    http://music.nuim.ie//musictec/SndObj/main.html#python
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    Re: Try CoreMelt VU

    by demon » Tue Oct 23, 2007 11:23 am

    VjKg wrote:I downloaded the free Quartz Composer files for CoreMelt VU. The VU meter ones work ok, but I have had no luck with the EQ. Maybe others here can prevail were I have not.

    http://www.coremelt.com/


    thanks... i downloaded the files...but only the Analog Vu and Digit Vu work....

    any solution?
    thanks
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    by demon » Tue Oct 23, 2007 11:26 am

    DJSare wrote:Can you youse the SndObj in Modul8? :?:

    http://music.nuim.ie//musictec/SndObj/main.html#python


    how can i use it?
    thanks
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    by DJSare » Tue Oct 23, 2007 4:20 pm

    Im not a profi in scripting and with python i scripting 4 months.
    If i have right understood if the SndObj library a audio programing
    library and support python.

    the library you can open to use in python:

    import sndobj
    import time

    ......
    .........
    ......

    Check the manuals, if you like to make self a script.
    (Find hi- and lo- pass filters)
    The way in Quartz Composer is easy and cool, if its work?
    A new Modul to send EQ 5-band to Filters is not so
    easy to create. Sorry, i cannot script for you.
    If any other peaple can help to make a audio EQ visual script?

    Tanks and bye
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    by demon » Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:45 pm

    it is not easy for me... i think there are some people can edit tihs!
    thanks

    there are some module made with quartz composer but the graphic equalizator doesn't work and i did't find the problem ...
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    Re: Try CoreMelt VU

    by sonicslice » Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:51 pm

    The solution would be for proper QTZ integration to be written into modul8. I'm working on a stop gap solution (very slowly) working via midi, but it's not by any stretch of the imagination perfect.

    demon wrote:
    VjKg wrote:I downloaded the free Quartz Composer files for CoreMelt VU. The VU meter ones work ok, but I have had no luck with the EQ. Maybe others here can prevail were I have not.

    http://www.coremelt.com/


    thanks... i downloaded the files...but only the Analog Vu and Digit Vu work....

    any solution?
    thanks
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    by Lupin » Sat Oct 27, 2007 9:54 pm

    Well i tried the analog Vu and digital VU and it works fine. i jsut exported them into quicktime movie from quartz composer an then imported them into Modul8 . but the 6 or 13 bands equalizer don't work on my computer... i do'nt know why, i'll digg into this tonight
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    by Lupin » Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:14 pm

    okay it's not a big deal the digital VU responds to the volume peak property . if you go inside the vu macro you will be able to use audio spectru values instead of volume peak. it's not tricky to modify it.
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    by sonicslice » Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:15 pm

    Lupin wrote:Well i tried the analog Vu and digital VU and it works fine. i jsut exported them into quicktime movie from quartz composer an then imported them into Modul8 . but the 6 or 13 bands equalizer don't work on my computer... i do'nt know why, i'll digg into this tonight


    This is because they are made to work with VDMX, the audio side of the qtz file comes from VDMX using the VDMX FFT and not the in built (not as good) FFT in qtz. There are a lot of controls that you can't use in modul8 on all of them - these appear if you load it into VDMX - they can all be easily edited to work in modul8.
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    by Lupin » Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:39 pm

    to select the band you want to bind to your equalizer select go to tu vu macro then find the blue box "audio inpu" then link the spectrum output to the structure Key member module then in this module as the Key input parameter enter "band_0" for band 0 this audio spectrum values goes from band_0 to band_12.
    then link the output paramter "Member" to the Multiplexer in the Source #1 Input parameter. you can even use the Key input as a published input value. then you can duplicate this macro and change band values.
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    by demon » Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:54 pm

    Lupin wrote:to select the band you want to bind to your equalizer select go to tu vu macro then find the blue box "audio inpu" then link the spectrum output to the structure Key member module then in this module as the Key input parameter enter "band_0" for band 0 this audio spectrum values goes from band_0 to band_12.
    then link the output paramter "Member" to the Multiplexer in the Source #1 Input parameter. you can even use the Key input as a published input value. then you can duplicate this macro and change band values.


    so 13 bands equalizer can works into modul8?
    you just tried it?

    Ps. sorry but i didn't find the blue box "audio inpu".... if you know the easy solution...can you did this modul for modul8 :D ?

    Thanks
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    by sonicslice » Sat Oct 27, 2007 11:01 pm

    demon wrote:
    Lupin wrote:to select the band you want to bind to your equalizer select go to tu vu macro then find the blue box "audio inpu" then link the spectrum output to the structure Key member module then in this module as the Key input parameter enter "band_0" for band 0 this audio spectrum values goes from band_0 to band_12.
    then link the output paramter "Member" to the Multiplexer in the Source #1 Input parameter. you can even use the Key input as a published input value. then you can duplicate this macro and change band values.


    so 13 bands equalizer can works into modul8?
    you just tried it?

    thanks


    You have to edit it in QTZ first.
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    by Lupin » Sat Oct 27, 2007 11:13 pm

    I tried on 3 bands and it works fine, but yea you first gotta edit it on QTZ . it's not difficult but it's quite long to tweak values to build a clean patch

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