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NotNotchFilter

NotNotchFilter is a performance-oriented filter designed to replace the mid-EQ found in a standard 3-band DJ mixer. The key advantage of this filter is that it cleanly cuts out single voices or instruments in a track, whereas a standard 3-band filter dampens them. This is because NotNotchFilter, as the name suggests, is not actually a notch filter. Rather, it is a combination of a hipass and lopass filter which work on opposite sides of the target frequency.

NotNotchFilter User Interface

Usage

For optimal use, use NotNotchFilter with two knobs, one to control the base frequency and the other to control the valley size. The "valley size" measures how far apart the hipass and lopass filter are, so at 0 Hz the filter will be 100% dry, and at 20 kHz it will cut almost all sound. In the above screenshot, the filter will produce a gap of approximately 351 Hz centered around the base frequency of 400 Hz.

If you don't have two spare knobs on your controller of choice, then assign a single knob to the valley size parameter, and then tweak the base frequency to something in the mid-hi range. You'll probably need to experiment a bit to find a good frequency which suits your style of play, but having a spare knob to control the base frequency is preferred, as this allows one to adjust it on the fly to filter out a given instrument in the track.

Licensing

NotNotchFilter is licensed under the GPL2 License, which can be found in the LICENSE.txt file included in the source code.