That sounds like an ideal application. I often do what a tilt EQ does but a tilt EQ is not flexible enough for daily use. I want a four band shelving EQ. Two high and two low bands with frequency selection. A common problem is an apparent lack of bass because whoever mixed it put in a ton of sub bass but left out from 200Hz to 800Hz. A tilt EQ deals with the lack of mid bass/low mid but does damage by increasing sub bass.JR. wrote:I have used tilt EQ in the side chain of noise gates where they were pretty effective at improving the selectivity of the gate helping key on or ignore frequency spectra.
I think the crowd over at GS is a young one. The GS bias seems to be for equipment that is very gentle and stuff that when you put it in line makes things sound "better" without doing anything. With power comes responsibility.