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DMG Updates EQuality

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DMG Audio has updated EQuality to v1.06 and announced the release of the RTAS version.

Changes in v1.06:
  • RTAS version.
  • Tweak to make high-pass filters nicer.

Changes in v1.05:
  • Fixed handling of filter slopes for automation.
  • Fixed automation issue with VST3.
  • Fixed fine-control for knobs (shift-drag).
  • Fixed Autolisten to be immediate (without needing adjustment of knob).
  • Fixed handling of denormals.
  • Fixed issues with Reaper/Samplitude on window resizing.
  • Supports VST 64bit processing.
  • Display correct positions for control-handle of bypassed bands.
  • Soft-switching band bypass.
  • Configurable autolisten gain.
  • Autolisten ignores Q adjustments pref.
  • Improvements for K-metering.

A heads up on the (latency) modes for the RTAS - ProTools currently doesn't support dynamic adjustment of latency, so there are two versions of the RTAS plugin that you can instance. "EQuality" (regular) is for Digital, Digital+, MinPhase modes. "EQuality (latency)" is for Analogue/Linear phase modes. Sticking to this arrangement will work you around this limitation of ProTools AND keep your latency correct.
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