Crave DSP has introduced an update to its professional equalizer plugin for mixing and mastering. Version 2.1 of Crave EQ comes with native Apple Silicon support and various other improvements.

Crave EQ provides four high fidelity phase models: digital (zero latency), analog, linear and transparent. Transparent phase uses a proprietary low latency phase suppression technique developed by Crave DSP that combines the best of both the analog and digital worlds. It is ideal for low latency mixing, delivering linear phase transparency at higher frequencies and analog phase filtering at lower frequencies.

Changes in Crave EQ v2.1

  • Native Apple Silicon Support: All plugin formats have been updated to run natively on Apple Silicon.
  • Transparent Phase Crossover Frequency Shown in UI: The frequency of the transparent phase crossover (the point when the phase switches from linear to analog) is shown along the frequency axes for visual reference.
  • Right Click Drag For More Precise Knobs: Right clicking and dragging allows finer adjustment of knobs.
  • Band Number in UI: The current band number appears in the UI and can be used to navigate between bands.

Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats, Crave EQ is priced 59 EUR. The update is free to existing users.

More information: Crave DSP