Note: this post is from 2009, outbound links may be broken.
112dB updates Redline Equalizer to v1.0.2
112dB has released version 1.0.2 of Redline Equalizer, a versatile parametric equalizer plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Combining mastering-quality processing with unrivaled workflow, Redline Equalizer provides high precision control over the entire audio spectrum with perfect transparency and absolutely zero phase shift.
Changes in Redline Equalizer v1.0.2
- What’s new?
- Option to invert dynamic behavior for cuts (making it identical to boosts).
- Right mouse button adjusts Q from the EQ screen.
- Left click (and now right click) from the EQ screen no longer controls frequency.
- What’s fixed?
- Fixed crash on SSE (non-SSE2) processors (AMD Athlon XP, Pentium 3).
- Latency compensation corrected for Cubase 4/5 (and possibly other hosts).
- Settings didn’t save in Pro Tools.
- Pro Tools compare functionality didn’t work.
- L/R and M/S channel modes didn’t render properly in Wavelab.
- Fixed stuttering in Reaper when instantiating plugin.
- VST version loads faster.
- Numerical value entry (by double clicking a control) slowed down or hanged some systems.
- Plugin crashed when quitting Bias Peak Pro.
Redline Equalizer is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for the introductory price of 99 EUR /$112 USD (worldwide) until October 8, 2009, after which the regular price becomes 149 EUR /$169 USD. An unrestricted 60-day evaluation version is available for download.
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