Ddmf ColourEQ [Donationware]
DDMF has released version 1.0 of ColourEQ, which is described as the first "super-parametric" equalizer.
According to DDMF, it uses a higher-order filtering scheme which leads to a qualitatively and quantitatively new frequency response. The additional degrees of freedom introduced lead to four controls per band instead of the traditional three as in standard parametric EQs.
- * Internal 64 bit processing.
* Free choice of colour palette in the GUI.
* Resizable plugin window.
* Curve display with auto-scaling.
* Coded in proprietary C++, low CPU usage.
The ColourEQ can be bought for "any price you like", with a minimum of 50 US cents to cover transaction costs (VST for Windows and VST/AU Universal Binary for Mac). A demo version is available.
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