Tone match plugin

Hi! It would be very interesting to have a tone match feature/plugin.

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I 2nd that. Would love to see a plugin for that.

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I’ve written one here:

but it doesn’t have a MOD UI.

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@brummer thanks a lot! To me it would be very useful a video tutorial of the usage with some real examples. Would you do it please?

Sorry, that’s not on my to do list.
But, the usage is very simple. You just send the source you would match the tone of, to the plugin, it will measure the spectrum in 10 bands (press match1).
When done press match1 again. Then you send the destination source to the plug and press match2, and press match2 again when done. Time didn’t matter here, as we go for the max values in the bands.
The plug will calculate and set the needed settings for the EQ so that the destination source match the spectrum of the source sound. At least, it’s more a plug for mastering then for live performance, that’s why I never consider to make a MOD UI for it. Still it could be useful on the MOD even in live performances, as you could save the settings as presets to reuse them.
If you are a linux user you could try it by yourself anyway.

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Thanks, I think such kind of plugin would be extremely useful for MOD since it would mimic the tone match feature of Fractal devices.

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