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Nomad Factory ALL-TECH 9063B EQ

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Nomad Factory ALL-TECH 9063B EQ

Software parametric EQ from Nomad Factory .

Public price: $129 incl. VAT

Nomad Factory have digitally recreated the vintage ALTEC 9063B Program Equalizer.

The ALL-TECH 9063B Equalizer emulates the ALTEC 9063B Program Equalizer. Nomad added a simple Output Level control for better control on the overall level.

The ALL-TECH 9063B Equalizer is designed for reshaping sounds during mixing and re-mixing as well as for creating your own sound and special effects.
  • ALL-TECH 9063B modeled from the legendary ALTEC 9063B Passive Equalizer
  • (LOW) 40, 100 Hz EQUALIZE - Shelf Boost, 0 to +12 dB (2 dB stepped knob)
  • (LOW) 40, 100 Hz ATTENUATE - Shelf Attenuate, 0 to -16 dB (2 dB stepped knob)
  • (HIGH) 3, 5, 10, 15 kHz EQUALIZE - Peak Boost, 0 to +12 dB (2 dB stepped knob)
  • (HIGH) 3, 5, 10, 15 kHz ATTENUATE - Shelf Attenuate, 0 to -16 dB (2 dB stepped knob)
  • Volume Output control, -18 to +18 dB

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