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Voxengo updates CurveEQ to v3.3

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Voxengo has released version 3.3 of its CurveEQ spline equalizer plugin for Windows and Mac.

Voxengo CurveEQ

CurveEQ implements spectrum matching technology that allows you to transfer spectrum’s shape of one recording to another. In other words, this allows you to “copy” frequency balance of existing time-proven mixes so that other mixes that are still in the works may have a chance to sound better.

This technology also greatly helps in music mastering since using it allows you to easily lessen any dramatic differences in the area of frequency balance between various tracks.

Changes in Curve v3.3

  • CPU load decreased by 20%.
  • Implemented a fast Shift+Click insertion of control points.
  • Implemented a more flexible way to copy envelopes.
  • Fixed the “Underlay” selection issues.
  • Added VST3 support.

CurveEQ for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available for purchase for $89.95 USD. The update is free for CurveEQ 3.x users.

More information: Voxegno / CurveEQ

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Nugen Audio releases SEQ-S equalizer plugin

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Nugen Audio has announced the release of SEQ-S, a high-fidelity, linear-phase equalizer ideal for music production and mastering as well as film and post-production applications.

Nugen Audio SEQ-S

With support for mono, stereo, 5.1, and 7.1 surround, SEQ-S provides sonic sculpting and precision EQ matching including stereo mid-side operation, automated spectrum analysis, curve smoothing, and a direct-draw spline interface for corrective applications.

“With SEQ-S, we’re providing the industry’s most advanced linear-phase spline-match EQ — enabling sound professionals to massage and correct any audio with incredible resolution and precision that is far beyond what’s possible with a traditional parametric interface,” said Jon Schorah, creative director, NUGEN Audio. “Unlike many digital EQs, SEQ-S features a phase profile that is linear across the frequency spectrum, which results in natural-sounding EQ changes and produces minimal phase artifacts. SEQ-S also includes a unique resolution setting that can be used with high precision in the low frequencies, allowing for highly transparent adjustments without muddying the mix.”

Through SEQ-S’s direct-draw interface and detailed spectrum analysis, users can quickly identify and specifically fine-tune their audio with ease. When coupled with EQ matching via sonic fingerprinting, the solution offers powerful creative possibilities for audio professionals. For instance, they can match one recording to another to capture the “flavor” of a piece of source audio and then transfer it to the current project — a technique that can be used on individual tracks to unify different takes and microphone positions.

In addition, SEQ-S’s EQ invert button provides a minimally invasive technique for creating space in a complex mix, a task that is typically too cumbersome with a traditional EQ. In a typical music project, by “sampling” the vocal and then using the EQ invert button to apply the inverted curve to the backing, users can gently create specific space without unnecessarily damaging the original tonality of the underlying audio.

SEQ-S for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX/AudioSuite) is available for MSRP $249 USD.

More information: Nugen Audio / SEQ-S

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Photosounder updates SplineEQ to v1.1

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Photosounder has released version 1.1 of SplineEQ, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Photosounder SplineEQ

SplineEQ is a linear phase equalizer plugin. Designed to be simple and flexible, SplineEQ allows you to create filters using Bézier splines, the best known way to design curves.

Changes in SplineEQ

  • Added vertical zoom so that the visualisation range can go from +60/-infinite dB to +/- 3 dB.
  • Added horizontal zoom up to 10x. The zoom level is control with the mouse wheel, moving left and right is done by holding the right mouse button.
  • New interface with redone graphics and 48-bit colour depth with dithering.
  • Selectable interface size in 3 sizes, 780×566, 1060×566 and 1220×666.
  • Latency reporting method changed for better latency compensation in some hosts.
  • Changed the way resolution and delay are calculated and extended the maximum resolution to 16 (equivalent to ~16,000 bins at a 44.1 kHz sampling rate).
  • Fixed the 64-bit VST on Mac.

SplineEQ for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is on sale for $19 USD until July 7th, 2014 (regular $29 USD).

More information: Photosounder / SplineEQ

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elephantcandy releases EQu for Spotify

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elephantcandy EQu for Spotify

elephantcandy has announced the release of EQu for Spotify, the first quality equalizer for Spotify.

In 2010, audio software company Elephantcandy introduced audio equalizing for iPhone. With the EQu app, Elephantcandy created the famous equalizing curve that has become the standard in audio equalizing apps ever since. Now we take it to the next level with EQu for Spotify.

EQu for Spotify features

  • Pounding bass and crispy highs — Equalizing is the key to get the perfect sound from your system. EQu for Spotify is the first iPhone app that allows premium Spotify users to equalize their Spotify music. Subtly adjusting the spectral balance makes it possible to optimize audio to your speakers, headphones and acoustic environment. Top-notch technology wrapped up in a user-friendly interface.
  • FFT Equalizing — Whereas conventional equalizers allow you to amplify or attenuate predefined bands, Elephantcandy’s equalizer makes it possible to design an extremely precise and smooth frequency response by directly manipulating more than 1.000 discrete bands. EQu’s linear phase design also preserves all of the music’s fidelity and introduces no spatial distortion.
  • Extra options — The standard version of EQu for Spotify is free. In-app purchases allow for more presets and offer a full version of the app, including extra precise tuning and the option to make and save personal presets.

EQu for Spotify is now available in the AppStore as a free download. The full version is available as an in-app purchase for $2.99 USD, and a presets pack is $0.99 USD.

More information: elephantcandy / EQu for Spotify

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30% off Analogue in the Box W735 EQ at VST Buzz

Analog in the Box W735 EQ

VST Buzz has launched a limited time discount on the W735 EQ, a rare vintage analogue equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Add a touch of analogue sound to your tracks! The W735 EQ is a 7 Band graphic EQ plugin that allows you to boost or cut the following frequencies: 63Hz, 125Hz, 250Hz, 1kHz, 2.5kHz, 6kHz and 11kHz. It’s based on the very rare W735/1 equalizer which was designed and manufactured by the RFZ. Only a few of them ever were built and even less of them survived the post berlin-wall-time.

The original hardware unit has now been converted to a plugin allowing you to use it as much as you want on projects! No need for the 1000th emulation of all the other big name equalizers – this is the big daddy of analogue EQs! Perfect for boosting bass (solid, warm low end), mid cutting (getting rid of “nasal” frequencies), or adding high end presence (air and a natural sound), this is a beautiful sounding plugin to add to your toolbox!

W735 EQ is available at a 30% discount from VST Buzz until June 24th, 2014.

More information: VST Buzz

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WOK releases free Loudness Dynamic EQ plugin

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WOK Loudness

WOK has released Loudness Dynamic EQ, a free effect plug-in for Windows.

LOUDNESS simulates the loudness button on old HiFi amps, which alters the frequency response curve to correspond roughly with the equal loudness characteristic of the ear at lower volumes.

The level of high and low frequencies is increased at low listening levels, to compensate for the fact that as the volume of audio decreases, the ears lower sensitivity to extreme high and low frequencies may cause these signals to fall below threshold. As a result audio material may seem to become ‘thin’ sounding at low volumes, losing bass and treble, the ‘Loudness compensation’ button (often just labelled ‘Loudness’ or ‘Loud’) is intended to rectify this situation.

Loudness Dynamic EQ is available as a freeware VST plug-in for Windows.

More information: WOK / Loudness Dynamic EQ

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Boz Digital Labs releases Tilty Wilty (free for limited time)

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Boz Digital Labs has launched Tilty Wilty, a tilt EQ effect plugin, which is a great tool for quickly adjusting the brightness/darkness of your tracks.

Boz Digital Labs Tilty Wilty

Tilty Wilty uses a special filter that does not have any of the wonky side effects to your high end that most digital filters have. No matter what sample rate you are using, Tilty Wilty will give you a smooth natural curve right up to Nyquist frequency.

You may be wondering why this plugin has such a dumb name and ugly interface. This is by design. We are working on a bigger better version, but we wanted to get this into your hands now.

The plug-in is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX). Until June 9th, 2014, it is free.

More information: Boz Digital Labs / Tilty Wilty

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