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MathAudio releases Headphone EQ plugin

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MathAudio has announced the release of Headphone EQ, a utility effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

MathAudio Headphone EQ

It is known that the frequency response of headphones substantially depends on the shape and size of the listeners’ pina and ear canal. Consequently, it is impossible to make ideal headphones that will fit all people. In particular, the acoustic mismatch between headphones and ear canal creates one or a few unwanted acoustic resonances. These resonances decrease the quality of the sound because they overload your ears on certain frequencies and mask all other frequencies. Besides that, these resonances create a specific ringing which worsen the time-domain response of headphones.

MathAudio Headphone EQ VST allows you to check your headphones in order to find the unwanted resonances. It also helps you to compensate for the unwanted resonances.

Headphone EQ features

  • Helps to detect and compensate for the unwanted resonances in high grade headphones and earphones.
  • Matches headphones to the individual geometry of the listener’s pina and ear canal.
  • Includes a signal generator which allows one to detect the frequencies of the unwanted resonances caused by the mismatch between the headphone and the ear canal.
  • Accurately tunes the compensating filters to the found frequencies of the unwanted resonances.
  • Ensures neutral timbre of the sound of professional headphones.
  • Avoids the masking effect caused by the overloading of the eardrum at the unwanted resonance frequencies.
  • Removes the ‘ringing’ effect caused by the unwanted resonances.
  • Includes a crossfeed feature which allows one to reduce the channel separation to a natural level. The crossfeed makes the headphones less fatiguing to listen to for long periods.
  • Works with all types of headphones and earphones. High grade ones are preferable.
  • Applies 64-bit signal path throughout.
  • Supports full range of sample rates from 44,056 kHz up to 352,8 kHz.

Headphone EQ for Windows and Mac (VST) is available for $60 USD.

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MathAudio releases Microphone EQ effect plugin

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MathAudio Microphone EQ

MathAudio has announced the release of Microphone EQ, a VST effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

MathAudio Microphone EQ is a VST effect plug-in which corrects the frequency responses of microphones. In fact, you can take your medium quality microphone and transform it into an acoustic replica of a high quality microphone. The process of replication takes a few minutes. After that the sound of your medium quality microphone will be very similar to the sound of your high quality microphone.

Microphone EQ features

  • Converts the sound of any microphone into the sound of any other microphone.
  • Includes a measurement program which allows one to replicate any microphone.
  • Ensures high accuracy of the replication.
  • Automatically compares microphones and generates correction algorithms. Averaged models of microphones are not used because every microphone is unique and requires a unique correction algorithm.
  • Converts a pair of identical (same model) microphones into a matched pair of microphones for stereo recording.
  • Ensures verifiable quality replication. Turn your medium quality microphone into a replica of a high quality microphone and compare the sounds immediately.
  • Corrects both amplitude and phase components of the microphone frequency response.
  • Supports high sample rates.
  • Applies 64-bit signal path throughout.
  • Applies a patented method of microphone correction which ensures maximum similarity between the sound of the reference microphone and the sound of the target microphone.

Microphone EQ for Windows and Mac (VST) costs $69.95 USD. Microphone EQ replaces Microphone Corrector, which has been discontinued. The owners of the Microphone Corrector licenses are eligible for a free upgrade.

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MathAudio releases Room EQ VST & Standalone

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MathAudio Room EQ

MathAudio has released Room EQ VST and Standalone, two room correction programs for Windows.

Room EQ VST has been designed to ensure maximum accuracy of the room correction.

Room EQ Standalone transforms your PC or notebook into a powerful standalone room correction processor which can be included between the source of the audio signal and speakers. Room EQ Standalone includes all features of Room EQ VST.

Room EQ features

  • Corrects deficiencies of room acoustics (multipoint compensation).
  • Corrects acoustic imperfections of speakers.
  • Optimized for maximum accuracy of the correction. Listen to the sound samples.
  • Corrects both amplitude and phase components of frequency response.
  • Quells resonance peaks of frequency response while leaving the deep notches to prevent large excursions of the speaker diaphragm. Avoids the muddy sound of conventional linearizing equalizers.
  • Manually adjustable level of compensation allows one to reach the maximum transparency of the sound.
  • Supports ASIO drivers.
  • Works with standard measurement microphones.
  • Applies a patented method of frequency response correction.

Room EQ is available to purchase for $99.95 USD.

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