Voxengo releases PrimeEQ
Voxengo has released PrimeEq, described as a parametric equalizer plug-in for professional music production applications.
According to Voxengo, PrimeEQ was designed to be "the first equalizer to reach for when track or mix equalization is necessary": users should just insert the plug-in, put and drag the control points to the desired positions.
PrimeEQ implements an optimized user interface, with an innovative “differential” filter display which shows how exactly a given selected filter contributes to the overall EQ shape. All control points are placed on the overall EQ shape, so as to optimize the workflow. Similar to CurveEQ in this respect, PrimeEQ still differs from it in the sense that it uses independent parametric filters instead of a continuous EQ curve.
PrimeEQ also features a customizable spectrum analyzer comparable to those found in SPAN, GlissEQ, and other Voxengo plug-ins.
It features up to 32 parametric filter bands and 13 types of filters, all announced with zero processing latency and 64-bit floating point processing in stereo and multi-channel. PrimeEQ is compatible with Windows (32- & 64-bit Windows XP,/Vista/7/8/10 and later versions) and Mac OS X (10.6 and later versions, 32- & 64-bit, Intel processor-based) systems.
Current price is $49.95. More details available at Voxengo's website.
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