Acustica launches the Orange EQ
Acustica Audio modeled a famous US EQ from the 1980s to create the new Orange EQ plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows.
The Orange EQ is, according to Acustica Audio, an “almost-parametric” single channel EQ with the controls of a graphic EQ. Also fuzzy is their feature description, for though they announce that this is a 4-band EQ, they then say that it is possible to switch to other bands or disable each band and even announce the frequencies for 8 bands. Our conclusion is that you can only work with 4 bands at the same time, but the EQ does offer adjustments for 8 bands.
The Orange EQ offers up to 16dB of boost or cut and you can adjust the frequencies for each band, the gain and Q with 0, 5 and 10 values.
The Orange EQ is a VST plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows. It has a regular price of 30€ but you can purchase it at an introductory price of 20€ and get an additional discount coupon when sending your order number by e-mail. Orange EQ is available at acustica-audio.com.
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