After watching Dan Worrall's video about quiet monitoring, and the way he compensates for the frequency response, I was wondering if this could be done accurately in Pro-Q3 as well.
works for sure. You just need to dial in the equal loudness curve, which you could do for example by matching the one from the TDL EQ.
I actually tried that before posting, but I'm not sure I was able to match it accurately.
The curves are a bit different.
I don't know if it's reliable enough.
You could recreate the EL curve from the slick eq with Pro-Q 3's match eq functionality. Simply run some pink noise through the eq, and record that as the input signal. Now insert Slick EQ before Pro-Q 3, dial in the amount of loudnes compensation you are after, and record that as the reference. Pro-Q 3 will recreate the bands that have changed when inserting Slick EQ.
That's great idea, thanks !
I do not own a license for SlickEq M though, maybe they have a trial.