Something I've noticed but haven't looked into much yet is how Pro-Q 2 reacts when you use it in natural phase mode and something has been mic'd with more than one microphone.
For example, I was working on a mix and the guitar amp was recorded with a 57 and ribbon mic, the same distance from the speaker. The phasing looks perfect when I zoom in on the waveforms.
However, when EQ just one of the two mics with Pro-Q 2 in natural phase mode, things start to sound very strange.
Is this by design/nature, or a bug? Should I avoid using natural phase mode on individual mics of a multi-mic'd source like guitar amps and drums?
I don't notice the issue with other EQs, and I think it's ok in all other modes besides natural phase but I'd have to double check.
I just wanted to see if anybody else noticed this regarding natural phase mode and sources that have more than one microphone.