- Dec 21, 2016
I have set it up now. It will take a while to test these settings with enough music. First reaction is positive. Not as bright and also warmer than the latest AutoEQ convolution filter. Over time, I will try to determine if too much detail is lost.
I might also try adding some parametric EQ on top of the AutoEQ convolution filter to see if I can reduce the brightness and add warmth without while retaining more detail, three dimensionality, and atmosphere (not saying that @Draknodd EQ settings rob detail -- just inspired to experiment more).
Thanks for the feedback! Consider that the Harman target is pretty accurate from mid-bass to mid-high, while <100Hz and >8Khz depends on user preference. And measurements over 8Khz are not reliable. AutoEQ values are calculated by a script, so it's more a starting point as I said.
Starting from my EQ you can get more present highs only by raising the value of the 12000Hz shelving filter