Plug-ins Controlling the parameters of a plug-in
Equalizer601 emulates the characteristics of an analog equalizer of the 1970s. It can create a sense of
drive by reproducing the distortion that is distinctive of an analog circuit.
Frequency response curve graph
Shows the frequency response curve of all bands combined, and the frequency response curve
of each band.
You can change the filter frequency or gain by dragging the line in the graph using the mouse.
Zoom-in or out the vertical axis of the graph display.
Selects one of two equalizer types with different effects.
DRIVE emulates the changes in frequency response produced by an analog circuit, adding
distortion to create a sense of drive in which the analog character is emphasized.
CLEAN produces a clear, undistorted sound that is typical of digital, while emulates the
changes in frequency response produced by an analog circuit.
Adjusts the input level.
Indicates the output level of the effect.
Adjusts the output gain.
Resets the gain of all bands to 0 dB.
Control the shape of the frequency response curve for the filter of each band.
For MID 1–4 you can set the steepness (Q) of the frequency response curve. For the LO band
and HI band, you can individually specify one of four filter types.
F (frequency) knobs
Specify the center frequency of each filter.
G (gain) knobs
Specify the gain of each filter.
Toggle each filter on/off. Bands whose filter is turned off are disabled.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual