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Today December 6th, the Plugin Alliance's X-Mas calendar gives you the opportunity to get the SPL Passeq plugin for $69.

A mastering-oriented equalizer, the Passeq plugin is based on the original SPL Passeq passive equalizer which was the first to offer three separate frequency ranges for both boost and cut. It provides 12 selectable frequencies per band, totaling 36 possible boost and 36 cut frequencies. Most important, boost and cut frequencies are NOT identical – no “low-end trick” possibility here, but a larger amount of possibilities for most elaborate EQ curves. Separate mono and stereo plugins are provided (with the latter including Mid/Side mode).

Available in AAX DSP, AAX Native, AU, AudioSuite, RTAS, TDM, Venue 32-bit, VST2 & VST3 for Mac OS X 10.6 to 10.10 and Windows 7/8 users, the SPL Passeq plugin can be yours for $69 instead of the usual $249 price tag.

This offer is only available today, Sunday December 6th. More details at plugin-alliance.com.

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