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Evopax Releases VTM4 v1.0

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Evopax has announced the release of VTM4, a new EQ VST effect plug-in for Windows that has a polyphonic mode to mix each voice independently.


It’s a useful tool for different tasks and can be controlled easily with external MIDI controllers.

VTM4 is actually a reduced feature version of Evopax’s VTM5 Polyphonic EQ, with a lower price whilst retaining almost the same functionality, and exactly the same filters, plus a bundled FX section with a chorus/flanger utilizing 3 LFOs, one with random speed for phase mod.

Features / Specification
  • Parametric HP, LP, LS, HS and Peak filters.
  • Function for limiting the highest frequency in HP, LP, Peak.
  • FX section with a proprietary algorithm.
  • Polyphonic filter bank concept and usual parametric EQ mode.
  • Internal mixer with delay for each channel so it works also like a stereo tool.
  • Any sample rate set up via registry.
  • Protect from sudden changes interacting with mouse and external MIDI gear.
  • RMS and peak metering at different speed. Level saturation warning.
  • The filters can be disconnected saving resources.
  • MIDI learn.
  • Some vectorized code selected for each processor.

Pricing & Availability
Priced at $54 / €40, VTM4 is available now as a VST effect plug-in for Windows. A demo version is available for download.
Evopax will offer existing VTM5 Polyphonic EQ customers with a free copy of VTM4 (you should request VTM4 via email).

Also, due to this new product, the release of D-Quattro, the hybrid parametric and graphic EQ originally announced for release in February 2009, has been delayed.

Check out www.evopax.com for more info.
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