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Software parametric EQ from DMG Audio

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DMG Audio has released EQuick, an EQ plug-in.

Overview:

  • Linear phase mode for mastering and special channels.
  • 32 bands of EQ, Q 0.1->50, +/-36dB range.
  • Each band can be Peak, HPF, LPF, High Shelf, Low Shelf or Notch.
  • Each bank can process Mid, Side or the full stereo image.
  • Parametric filters (high and low-pass), 6/12/18/24/30/36/42/48db/oct.
  • Five different UI sizes.
  • M/S processing per-band with listen.
  • Windows VST and VST3 as 32+64bit, RTAS 32bit.
  • Mac VST, VST3 and AU as 32+64bit, RTAS 32bit.

Sound:

  • Bells and notches, with a +/-36dB range, and a Q range from 0.1 to 50.
  • Shelves which let you move the resonance above or below the curve.
  • Filters at 6/12/18/24/30/36/42/48 db/octave, sweepable resonance.
  • Adjustable gain-q interaction for 'musical’ usage.

Vision:

  • Anti-aliased graph.
  • Hi-res Spectrum analyser.
  • Range, to scale the EQ response, both +ve and -ve.
  • Frequency shift, to allow you to retune the response.
  • Configurable spectrum-analyser with readout.
  • Control linking to move sets of bands together.
  • Configurable VU, with variable ballistics.
  • 8 banks of A/B.
  • Preset management system.
  • Undo/redo.
  • Autolisten mode, for finding/adjustment of frequencies.

 

Pricing & Availability:

EQuick costs £74.99 and is available for 32– and 64-bit Windows and Mac OS X in VST, VST3, AU and RTAS formats (RTAS is 32-bit only). It’s free if you already own EQuality.

 

A couple of discounted plug-in bundles are also now available:

  • EQuality, EQuick and Compassion Bundle:£224.98.
  • EQuality and EQuick Bundle: £124.99.
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