Kuassa launches 2 EQ Rack Extensions
Kuassa has ported its EVE-AT software EQ to the Reason 7 Rack Extension format, and offers on this platform two plug-ins with special prices.
Reason 6.5 and 7 users can now install in their virtual effect rack the EVE-AT1 and EVE-AT4 equalizers.
The EVE-AT1 is a 4-band EQ inspired by the EQ section of the Neve 1084 console, and completed with high-pass and low-pass filters. The parametric medium bands have a larger Q (±12dB) than the other bands (Narrow Q, ±18dB) and you can choose the frequencies for each band. The GUI also features output trim and phase reverse controls.
Each Rack Extension is available for the Anniversary price of 25€ (25% discount) until April 21st.
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