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J1000 Updates Alpha & Beta to v3.71

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J1000 has released version 3.71 of Alpha and Beta, two free equalizer effect plug-ins for Windows.

Announced changes in Alpha/Beta v3.71

  • Double-click on slider knobs resets their position, instead of clicking on slider grooves.
  • [ALPHA] when monitoring only side channel it is temporarily boosted by 6 dB.
  • [ALPHA] improved loudness contour with gentler highs and slightly more lows resulting in more balanced overall sound.
  • [BETA] improved low and high-shelf frequency response so they match more evenly.

 

Alpha and Beta are available to download as freeware VST plug-ins for Windows.

 

For more information, head to J1000.

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