Acon introduces a new EQ plug-in
Acon Digital launches Equalize, a new 12-band parametric EQ for Mac OS X and Windows.
One of the Equalize specificities is its ability to freely adjust the filter slope between 3 and 12 dB per octave. The plug-in offers multiple phase modes: Minimum with zero-latency, Linear and Mixed, the latter allowing for latency adjustment between 5 and 120ms while preserving, as much as possible, the phase relationships.
- Up to 12 independent bands
- 6 types of filter: low-cut, low-shelf, peak, notch, high-shelf and hi-cut
- Frequency, gain, bandwidth and filter slope for each band
- 3 filter phase modes: zero-latency Minimum, Linear and Mixed with adjustable latency and pre-ringing
- Solo and Mute modes
- Optional automatic make-up gain
- Optional bandwidth/gain linking
- 2 spectral analyzers for input or output of Mid, Side, Right or Left signals
- Graphic visualization of the EQ frequency response
- Factory presets with manager, support for user presets
Equalize is a VST, AU and AAX 32 and 64-bit plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows. It has an introductory price of $79 instead of $99 until December 25th. A demo is also online at acondigital.com.
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