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Brainworx has announced the release of bx_dynEQ, a plug-in bundle containing bx_dynEQ mono, bx_dynEQ stereo, bx_dynEQ M/S and bx_boom.


The concept of the bx_dynEQ is described as “a new approach to dynamic EQ-ing, using innovative M/S features to allow for results not possible with any other EQ, ” according to Brainworx.

The stereo version introduces a “cross-feed” M/S feature, designed to allow M & S signals to actually “trigger” each other. A selection of filter types, including the new Brainworx band-pass filters and the trademark Bass-Shift and Presence Shift filters, make this EQ an engineers swiss knife. Preset knobs in the GUI enable the engineer to find good starting points fast and easy, despite the complexity.

bx_dynEQ is a true dynamics processor and an EQ system.

bx_boom! is actually the one bx_dynEQ preset demonstrating the M/S features of this EQ, stripped down to only 2 parameters and a graphic design. bx_boom! is only available as a true stereo plug-in due to its M/S nature.

bx_dynEQ & bx_boom! are designed to be used to help you in different situations:
  • De-Essing (individual tracks, subgroups and master channel).
  • Dynamic EQing of mono-, stereo- and M/S signals.
  • Bass-drum tuning in final mixes and drum groups.
  • Dynamic stereo-widening using the internal M/S features.
  • M/S compression and limiting.
  • Sound-Design.

Main features of bx_dynEQ:
  • 1-band and 2-band dynamic EQ.
  • Mono, multi-mono and stereo (L/R & M/S).
  • BRAINWORX critically acclaimed filters.
  • Complete set of filter types for both, main audio path and sidechain: Low & high shelving, peak bands, band-pass filters, high-pass, low-pass, bass-shift, presence-shift.
  • New solo modes.
  • M/S inside… M/S stereo width control on any stereo channel.
  • M/S cross-feed feature for sophisticated results.
  • Dedicated BYPASS switch in the plug-in GUI.
  • “Mouse over” feature: adjust the parameters by holding the mouse over any knob and simply turn your mouse wheel.
  • Direct access: just type in any valid number into the text fields for direct access to the exact value.
  • EQ panel with multi-mode EQ display (actual EQ-curves & sidechain filter curves).

Main features bx_boom!:
  • 3 different modes (lo / mid / hi).
  • Hi-end Brainworx band pass-filters.
  • Boost and attenuate your bass-drum in a final mix or an individual drum loop.
  • Taken from bx_dynEQ, the new hi-end dynamic EQ & compression system.
  • Dedicated BYPASS switch (cymbal sign) in the plug-in GUI.
  • “Mouse over feature”: adjust the parameters by holding the mouse over the bass-drum or the pedal and simply turn your mouse wheel.
  • Direct access: just type in any valid number into the text fields for direct access to the exact value.

Pricing & Availability
  • bx_dynEQ is available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and RTAS plug-in formats.
  • The international net price for bx_dynEQ is €293.28 ($350).
  • Customers liable to German VAT pay €349 incl. 19% VAT.
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