Electra DSP transient EQ plugin updated to v1.0.7

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Kush has released an update of its Electra DSP “electrified transient EQ” effect plugin.

Version 1.0.7 fixes an issue which incorrectly reported latency at certain sample rates. Additionally, Electra now maps more effectively to control surfaces such as the S6, S3, D-Control, etc.

Kush Electra DSP

The hardware Electra EQ set a high standard for fast, smooth, punchy equalization, and the Electra DSP’s precisely modeled filters embody that spirit flawlessly.

The high shelf is surprisingly flexible, the bass reaches down to the floor. But those midrange filters have a magic proportional-Q, the more you boost the tighter they get. They’re so articulate, they can make drums sound like they were tuned and even mic’d differently.

No matter how aggressively its set, Electra is relentlessly smooth and unapologetically analog in character.

Changes in Electra DSP v1.0.7

  • Fixed an issue which incorrectly reported latency at certain sample rates.
  • Electra now maps better to control surfaces such as S6, S3, D-Control etc.
  • (Win) 64-bit install path is now correct.
  • (Win) Deleting the loaded patch via “LOAD” file window no longer makes patch up/down buttons unresponsive.
  • (Win) Clicking overwrite no longer opens up “Save as…” dialogue.
  • Fixed an issue which incorrectly reported latency at certain sample rates.

Electra DSP for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) costs $149 USD.
Kush is offering up to 30% off in a July 4th sale through Tuesday.

More information: Kush / Electra DSP

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