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Thus far I haven't had any problems with performance when it comes to the Digidesign AIR Kill EQ. I just upgraded to Pro Tools 8 from 7.4 LE, and I'm running it on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I run Pro Tools 8 LE with both a Digi 002R or a Mbox Micro, depending on if I'm on the go or not. Digidesign's AIR (Advanced Instrument Research) Kill EQ is designed to take up a very little amount of processing power, which this does, so as long as you can currently run the plug-ins you have already on your system, you shouldn't have any issues at with this one.
While not a versatile equalizer of sorts, the Digidesign AIR Kill EQ is fine for doing simple jobs when you need to quickly cut out a certain band of frequencies. It definitely isn't my first choice to use, as I have a good amount of other plug-ins that I will always use before this one, but considering that it came free with Pro Tools 8, I can't do any complaining. I just prefer to use a traditional equalizer for any equalization jobs as it is just what I'm comfortable with. This isn't to say that I don't' use the Kill EQ sometimes, but mostly I stick with other equalizers even if to do a job like what the Kill EQ is for. If you're just getting started with Pro Tools, having a simple parametric equalizer on hand like this one is a great thing to have, especially at no extra cost...
- Manufacturer: Digidesign
- Model: AIR Kill EQ
- Category: Software parametric EQs
- Added in our database on: 04/04/2010
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Other names: air kill eq, airkilleq, air killeq