#1
I'm looking for an EQ vst that I can use to boost and cut only specific frequencies with such a tiny bandwidth that the neighbouring frequencies don't or barely get touched, if that makes sense.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?
#2
reapers standard eq is good can have an ultra surgical Q but remember when you change the freq responce of something you are introducing phase
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#3
If you could find a way to use FL Studio's Parametric EQ 2 plugin in whatever DAW you use (unless you are using FL, lol) that might work well for you. It's a truly wonderful plugin...
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#4
Quote by muso_catolico
If you could find a way to use FL Studio's Parametric EQ 2 plugin in whatever DAW you use (unless you are using FL, lol) that might work well for you. It's a truly wonderful plugin...


You can purchase it as part of the "Juicy Pack" and it will work for any DAW.

Also KarmaFX makes a great 32 band equalizer and its free.
#5
Most standard parametric EQs should have a Q that's adjustable enough to do what you're talking about. What DAW are you using?