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Overtone DSP has released AF2-10, a new multiband graphic EQ plug-in available on Mac, Windows and Linux at a special price.

The Overtone DSP AF2–10 plug-in offers EQ control on 10 bands and includes filter algorithms developed to model the sound of analog filters.

Features:

  • 10-band graphic EQ
  • Operates on a frequency range of 20Hz – 20kHz
  • 5 Peak filters with Q/Gain interaction
  • High and Low-Shelf filters with adjustable resonance
  • High and Low-pass filters with adjustable resonance
  • Real time FFT display with pre-/post-processing monitoring
  • EQ curve compensation option
  • 2x Zoom

The AF2–10 plug-in is currently available with a 25% discount so you’ll pay it 22.50€ until January, 2015. It supports VST 2 on Mac and Windows 32/64-bit as well as VST and Jack on Linux 32/64-bit, but VST 3 and AU versions are expected soon.

You can also download a trial version from www.overtonedsp.co.uk.

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