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Software parametric EQ from Brainworx

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Brainworx introduces their new EQ : bx_hybrid 2.


The Brainworx’s bx_hybrid is a mono and stereo EQ. It contains several tools, such as an internal m/s processor (stereo version only, of course) for stereo width control and a mono maker (a Brainworx invention that will mono out any stereo signal up to a certain user-adjustable threshold frequency with only one knob, while automatically compensating for the potential loss in the overall bass-spectrum).

It was designed to map any and all EQ features of the Digidesign Icon center section EQ knobs. This means 7-band EQ including Low and High Pass filters with various adjustable filter orders (up to 5th order – 30dB / octave), Lo- and Hi-Shelving EQs, Peak filters, Notch-filters (with adjustable Q), and another Brainworx invention:

The joystick Eqs, bass and presence shifter EQs (taken from bx_digital) with shiftable center-frequencies. When used with Digidesign Icon controllers these shifter EQs can be mapped to and controlled by the surround panners of the Icon, making this EQ an 11-band EQ with truly unique ease-to-use.

There is the Bass Shift for tweaking bass-drums, and do try the Presence Shift for accoustic guitars.
A sophisticated Auto Solo Mode will solo single frequency bands and tweak Q controls, upon mouse-click or when used with the touch sensitive EQ knobs of the Icon.

With internal double precision calculating these EQs work with double resolution in 44 and 48kHz sessions, this way avoiding NYQUIST frequency problems and allowing for digital EQing up to 26 kHz in low resolution sessions.

Sold 258€ on editor’s website, click here for a video demo.
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