PSP Audioware has released version 1.0.2 of PSP E27, a multistage equalizer plugin modeled after the analog equalizer E27 produced by Avedis Audio Electronics.

E27 offers three-band equalization with nine selectable frequencies in a standard 500x package.

This equalizer offers +/-16dB of boost/cut at musicially selected frequency ranges, and offers gentle saturation. Low and high filters can work in bell or shelf mode with a single click.

E27 is suitable for both mixing and mastering. PSP E27 offers additional preamp stage for global level control. This EQ plug-in catches nonlinear behavior of analog devices.

Changes in PSP E27 v1.0.2

  • Bug fixes:
    • Settings were lost on session load (VST, RTAS, AAX). Fixed.
    • Moving plugin to different insert location loses settings (RTAS, AAX). Fixed.
    • Extremely high CPU drain on PC computers. Fixed.
    • Startup plugin settings were inconsistent with default (RTAS). Fixed.
    • PA11 and x2 controls were causing RTAS plugin to leak out of the PT window. Fixed.
  • Changes:
    • Algorithms optimized – less over 30% CPU usage than in previous versions.
  • Known Issues:
    • PSP is trying to optimize PSP E27 even more.
    • AAX PC Windows doesn’t resize properly. Proper size is set after reopening plugin window.
    • PA11 knobs have different scroll handling than E27 knobs.
    • Automation in LINK mode sometimes doesn’t work properly (only one channel is automated).

PSP E27 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available for purchase for $149 USD ex. VAT.

More information: PSP Audioware