Keyboard shortcut to apply specific named Equalizer curve?

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sagetyrtle
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Keyboard shortcut to apply specific named Equalizer curve?

Post by sagetyrtle » Thu Oct 19, 2017 2:30 pm

Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to apply a specific named Equalizer curve?

I was able to create a Chain, but only able to assign a keyboard shortcut to "Apply Chain", then choose the Chain, not the named curve itself.

Thanks for any suggestions or ideas.

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Re: Keyboard shortcut to apply specific named Equalizer curv

Post by Trebor » Thu Oct 19, 2017 4:35 pm

sagetyrtle wrote:Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to apply a specific named Equalizer curve? ...
You can specify the equalizer-curve used in the chain ...
equalization curve name can be specified in the chain.png
equalization curve name can be specified in the chain.png (7.76 KiB) Viewed 376 times
You could create multiple chains: each including a different equalizer-curve.

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Re: Keyboard shortcut to apply specific named Equalizer curv

Post by sagetyrtle » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:18 pm

Thanks so much for your answer. Though the Chain is nice, what I'm after is a keyboard shortcut that I can associate with the curve, rather than the Chain (which involves many more keystrokes).

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