Built on the same framework of SPLChart, it's objective is to display the slider positions of an EQ for a given db gain and given frequency positions. The input charts are all the same files as SPLChart.

EQs are complicated things in they way that they all behave differently, so this tool, like SPLChart, is intended for guidance only.

[eq eqgain=12]J110M12[/eq]

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`[eq eqgain=12]J110M12[/eq]`

So, here are the commands:

eqtype

freqs

eqgain

dbmin

dbtarget

fmin

fmax

sliders

highlight

nochart

alpha

width

height

eqgain

The range of db gain available on the EQ.

eqtype

There are a number of preset EQ slider positions:

1) 7 Band 2) 31 band 3) 15 band 4) 9 band 5) 3 band

You don't have to use these, you can define your own frequency positions using freqs

freqs

Define the frequency positions being displayed in the visible curve. This can be used in conjuction with eqtype or on it's own. The frequencies blocks are comma separated but the frequency blocks are colon ':' separated. The definition of a frequency block is the frequency, the db gain [optional] and the visibility [optional].

<frequency>:<db gain>:<visibility>,<frequency>:<db gain>:<visibility>,...

With the db gain and visibility being optional you can just state the frequency:

<frequency>,<frequency>,...

or combinations

<frequency>:<db gain>,<frequency>,<frequency>:<db gain>,<visibility>,<frequency>:<db gain>,....

using the db gain will override the calculated value from the spl chart and visibility will turn off the red dots.

Using these three together, this is what you get:

[eq eqgain=15&eqtype=4]J110M12[/eq]

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`[eq eqgain=15&eqtype=4]J110M12[/eq]`

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`[eq eqgain=6&eqtype=3]J110M12[/eq]`

There are two ways round this.

dbmin

The minimum db on the splchart that should be used

dbtarget

The target sensitivity of the EQ

[eq eqgain=6&eqtype=3&dbtarget=100]J110M12[/eq]

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`[eq eqgain=6&eqtype=3&dbtarget=100]J110M12[/eq]`

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`[eq eqgain=6&eqtype=3&dbmin=85]J110M12[/eq]`

[eq eqgain=6&eqtype=3&dbtarget=100&freqs=40:3,10000:-4]J110M12[/eq]

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`[eq eqgain=6&eqtype=3&dbtarget=100&freqs=40:3,10000:-4]J110M12[/eq]`

I going to post this in a series of posts and compile afterwards.

Here are the supported cabs:

8x10Sealed

ATDMCM8

D2510

D2512

D3012HO

D3015LF

DBeta10

DBP102

DR200 (unported)

DR200ASD1001 (ported)

DR250 (unported)

DR250ASD1001 (ported)

DR280 (unported)

DR280NSD2005 (ported)

DS2010

EVSX100

EVSX300

J110ASD1001

J110

J110M12

J110NSD2005

J112D2512ASD1001

J112D2512

J112D2512M16

J112D3012

J115D2515

J115D2515M20

J115D2515ASD1001

J115D2515NSD2005

J210F12

JBLMRX525

JBLSRX718

JBLSRX728

JBLVRX915M

JBLVRX932LAP

LABSUB

Mackie1501

Mackie1501M

MackieS218

O105D2510 [Obsolete]

O105D2510P1005 [Obsolete]

O10D2510 [Obsolete]

O12 [Obsolete]

O15D3015 [Obsolete]

O15DEVM [Obsolete]

O12D2512DA6AAPT80

O12DBP102X2DA6AAPT80

O15D2515DA6AAPT80

O15DD12LFX2DA6AAPT80

OT12D2512M12

OT12D2512ASD1001

OT12D3012NSD2005

OT12P [Obsolete]

OT15P20M [Obsolete]

OT15M20

OT15D3015CDASD

OT212P [Obsolete]

OT215P [Obsolete]

peavey112

PiezoMA20OnAxis

PiezoMAOnAxis

PiezoSA16OnAxis

PiezoSAOnAxis

RAD1

RAD2

sb4112ht

SLA

SLAPRO4ALPHA6

T24W16D2010

T24W16DBP102

T24W24D2010

T24W24DBP102

T30W16D2010

T30W16D3012LF

T30W24D2010

T30W24D2010x2

T30W27D3012LF

T30W27D3012LFX2

T30W30D3012LF

T36W25D3015

T36W27D4012X2C2

T36W27D4012X2C4

T36W27D4012X2

T39W14D2010

T39W16D3012

T39W18D2010

T39W20D102VC2

T39W20D10

T39W20D3012

T39W24D3012LF

T39W24D3012LFC2

T39W24D3012LFC4

T39W24D3012LFC8

T39W30D12

T39W30D3012

T48W14DHL10C

T48W15D3012

T48W18D3015

T48W18D4012

T48W24D3012

T48W24D3015

T48W36D3015

T60W15DLab12

T60W20DLab12

T60W27DLab15

T60W30DLab12X2

THTW15DLab12

THTW30DLab12

THTW18DTempest

THTW30DTempest

TLAH

TTW16DMCMCorner

TTW16DMCMFree

TTW16DMCMWall

W10D2510M

W10 [Obsolete]

W8M

W8DLA8MB [Obsolete]

Yamaha112V

Yamaha115V

Yamaha215V