Voxengo has released version 3.6 of CurveEQ, a spline equalizer plugin for professional music and audio production applications.
The update comes with various improvements to the interface, a new RT Sigma analyzer type, added display modes and some fixes.
CurveEQ implements spectrum matching technology that allows you to transfer spectrum’s shape of one recording to another. In other words, this allows you to “copy” frequency balance of existing time-proven mixes so that other mixes that are still in the works may have a chance to sound better.
his technology also greatly helps in music mastering since using it allows you to easily lessen any dramatic differences in the area of frequency balance between various tracks.
Changes in CurveEQ v3.6
- Fixed positioning of the leftmost and rightmost points.
- Made bottom group selector switchable.
- Bypass switch’s state is now saved with the project.
- Double-click on several selected points now deletes them all.
- Added in-interface preset selection buttons (switchable).
- Added 175% visual scale.
- Added “RT Sigma” analyzer type.
- Added “Spectrum Offset” display modes.
CurveEQ for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for $79.95 USD. The plugin is also part of Voxengo’s Premium Membership, which includes all Voxengo plugin for only
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