I’m not even sure this beast exists so I’m posting this here to a) see if it does and b) see what people recommend if so.
In the limited experience I have with vocalists, I’ve noticed that EQ changes can be made but they are note dependent. In other words, the bunching up of frequencies shifts up or down as the vocal lines are being sung.
Is there an EQ that will allow me to set a reference point and then make changes to the bands relative to the reference point? The idea is that, as the singer sings the vocal lines, the EQ changes get applied relative to how the reference point shifts dynamically as a function of time.
This would be immensely helpful, I would imagine, for people like me with a deviated septum whose voice is noticeably impacted by the structure of my nasal cavity. Ditto for people with polyps, etc. because the bunching of frequencies is more prominent and needs to be reduced. Granted, automation could be used to change the bands, but this is cumbersome at best.