Log scale of eq pllot

I’m having problems with using thq eq with a log scale.

I’ve entered the followin values for testing, they should be at 25%, 50% and 75%:

[
{ “type”: “peak”, “freq”: 112.5, “gain”: 9, “on”: 1, “q”: 8 },
{ “type”: “peak”, “freq”: 632.5, “gain”: 8, “on”: 1, “q”: 8 },
{ “type”: “peak”, “freq”: 3055, “gain”: 6, “on”: 1, “q”: 8 }
]

  • The eq shows them linear, so I turn log scale on (logScaleX). This moves them further to the left…
  • If I change a value (f.ex. gain on the first peak), the curve is redrawn, now with the last peak just left of the middle.
  • If I then remove the mark in “logScaleX”, the curve is shown as intended.
  • If I then change a value, I’m back with the original problem.

What’s going on?

Cheers :slight_smile:

That’s a bug, until it’s fixed you can avoid it by doing so

  • set logScaleX to true
  • save & load the session
  • don’t modify logScaleX
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Thankyou.

However, doing as you describe, puts all three peaks left of the middle of the eq-window. They should be spaced with the middle peak right in the middle of the window.

Possibly part of the bug, just wanted to point it out :slight_smile:

Cheers!

Thanks, I’ll take a closer look at the eq’s x-axis for v1.

The following changes will be applied in v1:

  • eq: removed logScaleX property, always draw logarithmic frequency response
  • eq: logarithmic x-axis scale fixed
  • eq: filters ared now defined with the filters property, leaving the value to its default purpose

Beautiful!

I think the multixy might have the same problem with log scale.

A thought for the filter - will it be possible to change to range?

Cheers!!!

I think the multixy might have the same problem with log scale.

I finally managed to wrap my head around this and to understand I’d been doing logScale wrong since the beginning !

A thought for the filter - will it be possible to change to range?

Yep, working on it.

No sweat! It has taken me forever to wrap my head around those log scales :laughing: