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DMG Audio releases Compassion dynamics compressor effect

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DMG Audio Compassion

DMG Audio has released Compassion, a dynamics processor for Windows and Mac.

Compassion is a fully-featured dynamics processor, ready for any dynamic processing on any signal.

Behind the UI lies perhaps the most flexible dynamics engine ever designed. Any channel, any task, Compassion is ready to enable you to get the job done.

Compassion features

  • Unprecedented level of flexibility.
  • Multiple styles of dynamic processing available, with in-depth control.
  • Advanced mode for fine-tweaking, Main mode for fast usage.
  • Mods system for rapid configuration.
  • Zero latency (with lookaheads and oversampling disabled).
  • Low CPU usage.

Compassion for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to purchase for the introductory price of £135 GBP until the end of May, 2011 (regular £149.99 GBP).
A bundle with EQuality is also available.

More information: DMG Audio / Compassion

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DMG Audio updates EQuality to v1.10

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DMG Audio EQuality

DMG Audio has released version 1.10 of EQuality, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

EQuality has been designed to be the perfect EQ to let your mixdowns shine. Something for every track of your session. For it to sound at least as good as any high-end console or rack gear, and with all the features and functionality that digital brings.

Changes in EQuality v1.10

  • Efficiency improvements.
  • Fix loading issue with Logic9.
  • Fix bug whereby wrong UI mode was loaded.
  • Change grouping colours.
  • Increase visibility of 0dB on meters.
  • Fix RTAS automation and enable shortcuts.
  • Graph grid brightness preference.
  • Ctrl/Apple+Shift-click on frequency textboxes to show note values.
  • Pagetable enhancements for C24 / ProControl.
  • Fix Digital+ / Mid modes for RTAS.
  • Support for PT9 latency compensation.
  • Fix redraw issue on some macs.
  • Support for Digi ICON/D-Control control surfaces.
  • Fix AU Validation.
  • Improve RTAS UI handling.
  • Improve display of textboxes for RTAS/Mac.
  • Fix AudioSuite handling.
  • Fix processing of long offline blocks.
  • Fix special peaks bug.
  • Fix 64bit UI handling.
  • Fix RTAS samplerate issue.
  • Sliders have textboxes for display/entry.
  • VST2.4 mono version, for convenience.
  • Fix range=0 bug.
  • Double-click sliders/knobs to reset to default.
  • Button added to Setup to save state as default.
  • Mousewheel adjusts Q for all bands.
  • Autolisten uses q=12 pref.
  • Alt-dblclick on the graph resets a band to default.
  • Alt-drag Range/Shift will not change value without affecting bands.

EQuality is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS), priced at £99.99 GBP / $149.99 USD / €112 EUR.

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DMG Audio updates EQuality to v1.08

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DMG Audio EQuality

DMG Audio has released version 1.08 of EQuality, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

From the bottom up, EQuality sounds as good as an EQ can sound. By that, I mean the prototypes are as close to the consistent analogue shapes as can be achieved digitally, without spending extra CPU. When you want to spend extra CPU to close the deal, you can do that too, but so far not many people have reported finding occasions where the difference is perceptible. There’s a technology behind that that I’m reluctant to describe in too much detail, nor to wrap up in marketing-speak.

From the top-down, EQuality is designed to allow you to make it work the way you want it to. At every stage, we’ve sought out any idiosyncrasies in the design, and replaced them with solutions that make sense, and with options to allow you to have things the way you need them.

In the middle, there’s functionality and flexibility. A lot of it.

Changes in EQuality v1.08

  • Fix latency compensation for RTAS.
  • Fix bug with textbox entry on Mac.
  • Optimised VU redraw.
  • Fix reporting of latency in VST3 version.
  • Optimisations for Graph redraw.
  • Massive speed increase for UI redraw on Windows.
  • Analyser is no longer pink.
  • Enhanced CPU efficiency for redraw for AU version.
  • Solo by Select preference (new default).
  • Use “Factory Bank” if no Default Bank found (no overwriting of your defaults).
  • Improve ultra-low frequency performance.
  • Analyser Tilt and Smooth preferences.
  • Avoid glitches when switching between Stereo < -> M/S/L/R modes with Linphase.
  • Compensate for mouse position, so touching bands doesn’t nudge frequency.
  • “Show me the EXACT Q value” preference.
  • 48db/oct filters.
  • Tidyup preferences.
  • Fix bug whereby “hide mouse” preference could become permanent.
  • Fix two crash bugs.
  • Prevent pop on start with Phase modes.
  • VST2: Avoid reporting latency IN the audio thread (avoids weird delays in Cubase).
  • VST2: Keep UI in synch with preset selected from host.
  • Make FLAT smarter.
  • Make entered text undoable.
  • Preference for Red or Blue analyser colour.
  • Added “press shift to lock graph to adjust only gain, not frequency”.
  • Fine-drag with knobs/textboxes with right mousebutton.
  • Improved “pointer hide” mode.
  • VST3: Don’t map all channels incorrectly.
  • VST3: Don’t crash when inserted on a mono channel.
  • Fix Stereo and Double Precision processing for VST3.
  • Fix metering bug.
  • Reinstate +/-6dB zoomed range, add +/-3dB range.
  • Stop the registration info from rotating.
  • Add Shift+Ctrl (Shift+Apple) click to invert a band’s gain.

EQuality is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU, RTAS coming) for the introductory price of 74.99 GBP until 2 May, 2010 (regular price £100 GBP).

More information: DMG Audio / EQuality

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DMG Audio updates EQuality to v1.06

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DMG Audio EQuality

DMG Audio has released version 1.06 of EQuality, bringing RTAS support to the equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

A heads up on the (latency) modes for the RTAS – ProTools currently doesn’t support dynamic adjustment of latency, so there are two versions of the RTAS plugin that you can instance. “EQuality” (regular) is for Digital, Digital+, MinPhase modes. “EQuality (latency)” is for Analogue/Linear phase modes. Sticking to this arrangement will work you around this limitation of ProTools AND keep your latency correct. Of course, if the latency is of secondary importance, just go with EQuality regular, and enjoy.

Changes in EQuality v1.06

  • RTAS release.
  • Tweak to make high-pass filters nicer.
  • Fixed handling of filter slopes for automation (v1.05).
  • Fixed automation issue with VST3 (v1.05).
  • Fixed fine-control for knobs (shift-drag) (v1.05).
  • Fixed Autolisten to be immediate (without needing adjustment of knob) (v1.05).
  • Fixed handling of denormals (v1.05).
  • Fixed issues with Reaper/Samplitude on window resizing (v1.05).
  • Supports VST 64bit processing (v1.05).
  • Display correct positions for control-handle of bypassed bands (v1.05).
  • Soft-switching band bypass (v1.05).
  • Configurable autolisten gain (v1.05).
  • Autolisten ignores Q adjustments pref (v1.05).
  • Improvements for K-metering (v1.05).

EQuality is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU, RTAS coming) for the introductory price of 74.99 GBP until 20 April, 2010.

More information: DMG Audio / EQuality

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DMG Audio updates EQuality to v1.04

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DMG Audio EQuality

DMG Audio has released version 1.04 of EQuality, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Most people have quite a collection of EQs – some are models of hardware, some are workhorse EQs for surgical correction, or for guiding a track into a mix, some are for mastering. First off, EQuality is not a model of a specific piece of hardware; it’s more ambitious than that. EQuality aims to be a great replacement for all your EQs. That’s been the driving factor.

Changes in EQuality v1.04

  • Fix Analogue Phase mode
  • Fix mousewheel handling on Windows
  • Fix A/B issue
  • Enlarged Setup window
  • Mouse-hiding preference for dragging controls
  • Inverted-Q preference for graph
  • Mousewheel-Q on graph
  • Double-click to enable a band on the graph (v1.02)
  • Adjust Q on the graph by pressing Alt/Right-button without having to restart a drag (v1.02)
  • Right click on the enable button to switch a band’s type (v1.02)
  • Denormal prevention (v1.02)
  • Fixed crazy mousewheel handling on faders (v1.02)
  • Mono mode for AU (v1.01)
  • Fix Digital+ HPF-filtering behaviour (v1.01)
  • Fixed permissions for Default Bank on Mac (v1.01)

EQuality is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU, RTAS coming) for the introductory price of 74.99 GBP until 20 April, 2010.

More information: DMG Audio / EQuality

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DMG Audio releases EQuality

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DMG Audio EQuality

DMG Audio has released EQuality, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Most people have quite a collection of EQs – some are models of hardware, some are workhorse EQs for surgical correction, or for guiding a track into a mix, some are for mastering. First off, EQuality is not a model of a specific piece of hardware; it’s more ambitious than that. EQuality aims to be a great replacement for all your EQs. That’s been the driving factor.

From the bottom up, EQuality sounds as good as an EQ can sound. By that, I mean the prototypes are as close to the consistent analogue shapes as can be achieved digitally, without spending extra CPU. When you want to spend extra CPU to close the deal, you can do that too, but so far not many people have reported finding occasions where the difference is perceptible. There’s a technology behind that that I’m reluctant to describe in too much detail, nor to wrap up in marketing-speak.

From the top-down, EQuality is designed to allow you to make it work the way you want it to. At every stage, we’ve sought out any idiosyncrasies in the design, and replaced them with solutions that make sense, and with options to allow you to have things the way you need them.

In the middle, there’s functionality and flexibility. A lot of it.

EQuality features

  • Very low CPU usage for every track of your mix
  • Linear/Analogue/Minimum phase modes for master and special channels
  • Digital+ mode, to help turn awesome into perfect
  • Generates super-high-quality prototypes. Clear undistorted top
  • Big, clear, antialiased graph
  • Hi-res Spectrum analyser
  • Three different UI modes to taste – full, graph and knobs
  • K-metering
  • M/S processing modes
  • Control linking for all EQ parameters
  • 6 bands, 2 shelf/bells, 4 bell/notches, Q 0.1->50, +/-36dB range
  • 2 fully parametric filters (high and low-pass), 6/12/18/24/30/36db/oct Q 0.1->20
  • Extra HPF, to kill rumble
  • Gain-q interaction controllably
  • Undo/redo
  • 8 A/B banks
  • Shelves have “shift” to shift resonance above/below curve
  • Range, to scale the EQ response, both +ve and -ve
  • Frequency Shift to tune frequencies up/down
  • Autolisten to hunt out frequencies

EQuality is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU, RTAS coming), priced at £74.99 GBP.

More information: DMG Audio / EQuality

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