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Real Sound Lab has announced the release of the CONEQ P2 EQ VST plug-in for Windows.


Real Sound Lab's CONEQ is presented as a technology designed to measure and correct loudspeakers based on their Acoustic Power frequency response. With CONEQ correction every loudspeaker sounds better - clear, natural, without attenuations - within the limits of its physical capabilities, according to Real Sound Lab.

The CONEQ technology is applied in two steps, according to RSL. First, a precise measurement of how loud the loudspeaker reproduces tones of each frequency is done and a correction filter is automatically produced. This is done by the CONEQ Workshop application explained below. Second, the filter is applied by any of the software or hardware tools supporting CONEQ, here - the CONEQ P2 plug-in.

CONEQ P2 Plug-In

CONEQ P2 plug-in is a two-channel equalizer used to correct the frequency response characteristics of loudspeakers from within a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). The CONEQ P2 plug-in works inside a VST host application on Windows (XP and Vista).

To use CONEQ P2 plug-in, compatible CONEQ correction filters must be produced in the CONEQ Workshop application, devised to perform measurements and create correction filters.

CONEQ Workshop Acoustic Power Measurement Software

CONEQ Workshop Acoustic Power Measurement software is presented as "unique in terms of precision and speed in analysing speaker and speaker array frequency response characteristics," according to Real Sound Lab.

CONEQ Workshop is designed to play the test signal through the sound system. The user moves the measurement microphone slowly across the sound field of the loudspeaker system while the software acquires hundreds of data units. This process typically takes two to three minutes and requires a measurement microphone and a compatible audio interface or soundcard, RSL says.

When the measurement process is completed, CONEQ Workshop is designed to recalculate the measurement data producing a graph reflecting the true Acoustic Power Frequency Response of the sound source, then CONEQ Workshop generates inverted correction curve.

The package includes:
  • Installation CD for both CONEQ P2 VST plug-in and CONEQ Workshop.
  • USB eLicenser (dongle) containing licenses for both applications.
  • CONEQ neck-strap in black.

Pricing & Availability
Priced at €199 (+VAT) / $249 (+applicable tax), the CONEQ P2 VST plug-in for Windows should be launched next week worldwide.
For all purchases shipped before July 1st, 2009, the CONEQ P2 VST plug-in launch co-pack promotion will include a free CONEQ Workshop Limited license, expiring on 30th September, 2009.
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