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Plug-ins  Controlling the parameters of a plug-in
■ Rupert EQ 810
Rupert EQ 810 is a processor that emulates the equalizer section built into the top recording
consoles developed by Rupert Neve during the 1980s.
A notable aspect of this EQ is that whether it is used to boost or to cut, the tonal changes it produces
are effective and easy to understand. In contrast to the dramatic sound of Rupert EQ 773, this
provides refined, detailed, and smooth tonal change, while also giving you a broad range of control,
making it an all-around EQ that lets you create the sound you want. By using VCM technology, this
EQ precisely models the meticulously designed audio transformer and amp circuit. Simply passing
the signal through the EQ will improve the definition of the sound, and ring it to the foreground. In
particular, this is ideal for channels you want to sound more present, adding a bright, colorful, and
rich spatiality to the sound.
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LF IN button
Switches the LF band (low shelving) on/off.
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LF FREQ knob
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the LF band (low shelving).
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LF GAIN knob
Adjusts the gain of the LF band (low shelving).
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LMF IN button
Switches the LMF band (peaking) on/off.
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LMF x3 button
Triples the center frequency value of the LMF band (peaking).
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LMF FREQ knob
Adjusts the center frequency of the LMF band (peaking).
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LMF GAIN knob
Adjusts the gain of the LMF band (peaking).
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LMF Q knob
Adjusts the Q (steepness) of the LMF band (peaking).
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HF IN button
Switches the HF band (high shelving) on/off.
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HF FREQ knob
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the HF band (high shelving).
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HF GAIN knob
Adjusts the gain of the HF band (high shelving).
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HMF IN button
Switches the HMF band (peaking) on/off.
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HMF x3 button
Triples the center frequency value of the HMF band (peaking).
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HMF FREQ knob
Adjusts the center frequency of the HMF band (peaking).
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HMF GAIN knob
Adjusts the gain of the HMF band (peaking).
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HMF Q knob
Adjusts the Q (steepness) of the HMF band (peaking).
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TRANS. switch
Switches the type of input transformer that is emulated.
You can choose a mic input transformer or a line input transformer.
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DRIVE knob
Adjusts the input level to adjust the amount of overtones.
If the "DRIVE indicator" at the upper left of the DRIVE
knob is bright green, the overtone amount is appropriate.
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LPF FREQ knob
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the high pass filter.
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HPF FREQ knob
Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter.
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RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual
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