cDSP EQ Match

The Match EQ with Linear-Phase response, allows you to equalize a signal based on the spectrum or frequency response of another.

Plus, the one-of-a-kind Smoothing function was developed to be both precise and musical to accommodate different applications.

cDSP Linear-Phase Match EQ

Learn your Source and Target spectrums and apply Match EQ

The first step is to Learn the two spectrums - the signal you want to EQ and the signal that has the spectrum you want to match.

Note: you can import a file with the sole purpose of learning its spectrum, and later delete it.

To start we set the "Frequency Response" to Source and activate the Learn toggle, then we play back the file or section that has the spectrum we want to match.

To stop learning, turn off the Learn toggle.

Now we set the "Frequency Response" to target and repeat the procedure on the spectrum we want to EQ.

The Match EQ will not be active or display any curve until you capture the Source and Target spectrums.

Frequency Response

Sets the spectrum to learn/capture.


Sets if the learn/capture is active.


Sets the amount in the percentage of the match - 100% means the closest match possible.

Note: 100% match amount it's not always the most effective value, so we normally start with 50% and work from there.

Also see GUI.


Sets the curve (peaks and valleys) smoothing, full left means the closest match possible or no smoothing.

Note: just like the match amount, no smoothing it's not always the most effective value, normally we want to smooth our peaks and valleys to some degree.

Also see GUI.

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