Bootsy reveals BootEQ mkII preview and release info
Bootsy has posted some more information on the forthcoming BootEQ mkII, the successor of the BootEQ equalizer plug-in.
BootEQ mkII is basically the further improved and reworked successor of the already known and popular musical mixing EQ.
Beside some enhancements in the EQ department BootEQ mkII features a detailed modelled pre-amp section including finest transformer and tube style saturation emulation and audio coloring capabilities.
Changes in BootEQ mkII
- New EQ improvements are affecting the LF frequency range where now more control is given due to selectable frequencies and a switchable low-cut or peak mode. All other filters and curves remain unchanged.
- New modelled pre-amp simulator section offers some detailed control on non-linear behaviour such as saturation (volume compensated) and sonic color alterings of the audio signal.
- The soundengine was developed around a further improved and reworked TesslaSE transformer algorithm, runs now in 4x oversampling mode and also contains massive SSE and assembler optimizations.
- Supported sampling rates are 44.1 and 48kHz.
BootEQ mkII should be available in first half of February, as a VST effect plug-in for Windows (SSE compatible) PC.
Visit Variety of Sound for more information.
Short links for January 28th, 2009