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The way it’s worded it might not be suitable but I’ll give it a shot anyway. What you want is a 5 band parametric equalizer. There are plenty of DAWs that have them. A fully parametric equalizer (PEQ as it may be called in a DAW) lets you move any band to any position between 20Hz and 20kHz


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An Optical to RCA adapter will work fine. There will not be any noticeable latency. Just make sure your amplifier takes 1/4" or RCA input.


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The keyword for your request is Digital Signal Processing (DSP). That is the science and technology that deals with digitized signals (including audio). There are several freely available resources on the web to learn some basic or advanced techniques. Nevertheless, some concepts require a solid mathematic background. Examples (among others) : The ...


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One thing to consider is duplicating your track(s), either entirely or in sections, and applying various EQs or other parameters to different track sets. You can then use the volume envelope tool to control which configuration is 'present', essentially crossfading between profiles at whatever rate suits you.


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Lets start with a picture describing your setup: On the left we start with a Signal Generator, its output measured in V1. From there we input in an EQ, its output measured in V2 From there into the Power amplifier, its output measured in V3 Onwards to the passive X-over, its output measured in V4 Then finally into an Amp-meter (A) to the speaker. (...


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