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I was using BFD 1124p till the time I bought iNuke 6000 DSP. I don't think I need BFD anymore as iNuke has built-in PEQ functionality. However, while it was very easy to model PEQ filters for BFD 1124p in REW and post them on the fly to BFD, setting the same in iNuke is a pain coz of mismtached filter resolution between iNuke and BFD.
BFD offers 1/60 octave resolution, whereas, I have no clue what the filter resolution in iNuke DSP in. iNuke DSP has different nomenclature for filters resolution (Quality), and BFD has a completely different naming convention for it (Bandwidth). BFD used x/60 octaves resolution and integer values, which um pretty comfortable with. iNuke DSP uses values from 0.1 to 10 scale. I have no clue how that translates to the same in BD 1124p x/60 octave resolution.
I can't find any information on the web anywhere regarding the filters resolution in NU6000-DSP. Can anyone explain? thanx
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