Matthew Lindsay NCL Phase EQ

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Matthew Lindsay’s NCL Phase EQ is a freeware equalizer effect plug-in for Windows.

Matthew Lindsay NCL Phase EQ

NCL Phase EQ is a high quality six band stereo equalizer which allows simultaneous left/right and mid/side processing. It is also more than capable functioning in a more traditional EQing role.

Phase EQ has been designed to be both powerful and flexible yet easy to use. Controls and parameters have been set up to steer users in the right direction without being restrictive in function.

To ensure a high quality signal with a low signal to noise ratio 64 bit precision is used internally on the entire audio path. Optional oversampling is available for increased audio fidelity.

NCL Phase EQ features

  • 6 EQ bands.
  • 64 bit internal precision though out entire signal path.
  • Optional oversampling.
  • Simultaneous Left/Right and Mid/Side processing.
  • Optimized CPU usage.

NCL Phase EQ was developed for the KVR Developer Challenge 2009. It is available to download as a freeware VST effect plug-in for Windows PC (1.67 MB).

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Matthew’s NCL EQ plug-in is available to download here.

  • Rahid

    i’m impressed

  • Matt L

    Thanks, I’m glad you like it.

    • Altersaege

      Hello Mattew, thanks for the wonderful plugin!
      I was wondering, the first of the Peak bands, for the lows, it goes only down to 80 with the knob, but I can put a lower value in the numeric box. Would a value lower than 80, like 40, be really executed? Or any value lower than 80 would be taken for 80?
      Thanks

      • I did a quick check and it looks like any value you type will be used. You can enter lower and higher values than the knob min/max and you’ll hear the difference.

        • Altersaege

          Thanks, you’re right, I had done that test too but with too few gain to notice the difference. Now I do notice it :)
          Do you happen to know the difference with the other “not phase” EQ of Matthew? I like the m+s and the 2x on the phase. Other than that, I am open to what can give the best sound, but to be clear, I am using it to listen to, not no to make music.

  • Jarad

    This is an awsome free VST im very impressed!!! Thanks for the great software, I will defiently recommend it.

  • Michael

    How can I download the program?

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