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Concept, Design, and Implementation of a General Dynamic Parametric Equalizer
While parametric equalization and dynamic processing have been around since the early twentieth century, and while they are both a mainstay of audio engineers, they are seldom combined into a single operation. A digital system is described in which dynamic processing is designed to operate with the building blocks of a parametric equalizer. This provides to the user time-varying amplitude control in selected frequency bands. Audio mastering and audio reinforcement would benefit from the integration of equalization and dynamics as a single tool.
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