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Hi, my english isn't very good but I'll try to explain the best I can. With fft, I create a filter but I want to smooth it (for example, make a 10 db bell 5 db...). Is this only possible by lowering the resolution?

I've been asking for a smoothing feature in FFT Filter for some time. The smoother the curve, the fewer time-domain artifacts; sharp steps make time-domain ringing. But I'm not sure if that's what you're asking for. If you just want to push a peak up or down, use the nudge tool, and click above the curve (or below to raise it). The farther away you click, the wider and smoother will be the adjustment. Unless you're trying to do some tight surgical thing, it's often better to start with a flat curve and nudge it into what you want rather than trying to draw it.

David L. Rick

Seventh String Recording

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Hi, my english isn't very good but I'll try to explain the best I can. With fft, I create a filter but I want to smooth it (for example, make a 10 db bell 5 db...). Is this only possible by lowering the resolution?

I've been asking for a smoothing feature in FFT Filter for some time. The smoother the curve, the fewer time-domain artifacts; sharp steps make time-domain ringing. But I'm not sure if that's what you're asking for. If you just want to push a peak up or down, use the nudge tool, and click above the curve (or below to raise it). The farther away you click, the wider and smoother will be the adjustment. Unless you're trying to do some tight surgical thing, it's often better to start with a flat curve and nudge it into what you want rather than trying to draw it.

David L. Rick

Seventh String Recording

Thank you thats the reply I needed and I also agree what you request is also needed.

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