Voxengo has announced an update to the CurveEQ spline equalizer plugin for Windows and Mac.
CurveEQ shows you the actual filter response you are designing by means of a spline (a smooth curvy line) plus it shows the spectrum, so you can readily see what the EQ is doing with the sound. This, in turn, allows you to get the best from your mix and your tracks. CurveEQ perfectly suits the needs of mastering.
Version 3.9 comes with various improvements and fixes:
- Fixed an issue with spectrum matching precision at lower point count, introduced in the previous version.
- Added 1/48 octave spectrum smoothing option.
- Improved spectrum smoothing precision.
- Added Apple Silicon native compatibility.
- Automatic instance labeling implemented (not supported in VST2).
- The “out/in” indicator can now be clicked to trim the output gain knob.
- The “Copy to” buttons are now called the “Copy”: this button now copies parameters FROM the selected group, NOT TO the selected group. This should improve the workflow.
- Added the preset list sorting function to the preset manager.
- Redesigned the knob image.
- Extended the “Color Editor” with color modifiers.
- Added the “Gray Blue” and “Navy” color schemes.
- Implemented “anti-aliased” line drawing optimization.
- Improved readability of the condensed font.
- Internal channel letters were changed to numbers.
- Level meters can now display input channel names instead of internal channel indices.
- Added “Stereo Swap” and “Stereo To Mono” routing presets.
- Added AudioComponents interface to AudioUnit as the “.rsrc” interface may be deprecated in the future.
CurveEQ is available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX formats, priced $79.95 USD.
More information: Voxengo