So a common part of my problem solving workflow is utilizing these tools in plugins to find a noise that is hidden in a cloud of other sounds or music.
I’ll use Voxengo Span for Notch Pass, or Eiosis AirEQ which can have a have very narrow Q and either cut or boost until I find what I’m looking for.
This can also be done in Spectralayers by making a selection and then utilizing the play tool. But it’s a bit clunky.
It would be fantastic if I could enable some sort of notch mode on the playback tool, where it playsback the notched frequencies of wherever I’m clicking in the Spectrogram.
Three different options that could be engaged.
-Notchpass (cuts everything leaving only the selected frequency notch)
-Notchboost (retains all frequencies but boosts the selected)
-Notchcut (retains all frequencies but cuts the selected)
It would save a lot of time, opening and closing plugin windows, mouse clicks, etc, etc.
Additionally, you could have the spectrogram respond visually in real-time to these notched playbacks momentarily revealing visually what they are focusing on.