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A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

DGillespie
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45 posts since 6 May, 2012, from New York

Postby DGillespie; Wed Sep 20, 2017 12:01 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

Ph-J wrote:Thanks for the plugin Dan !

Maybe I'm missing something, but I couldn't find how to activate sidechain in Cubase
(usually, I activate SC in the plugin, then find a new output in my send options. I couldn't find where to activate it here).


Hi Ph-J,
It's VST2 only, so you'll need to use the 4 input method in Cubase.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI1s6HnTccM

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Postby rollasoc; Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:06 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

DGillespie wrote:It's VST2 only, so you'll need to use the 4 input method in Cubase.
Dan


Enjoying having a play with this tonight, even with the group channel work around faff. So thank you.

Any plans for a VST3 version in the future? (VST3 API is meant to be a bit of a cow)
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DGillespie
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Postby DGillespie; Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:05 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

rollasoc wrote:
DGillespie wrote:It's VST2 only, so you'll need to use the 4 input method in Cubase.
Dan


Enjoying having a play with this tonight, even with the group channel work around faff. So thank you.

Any plans for a VST3 version in the future? (VST3 API is meant to be a bit of a cow)


I've had a lot of requests, so I'm going to look into it. Can't say anything for sure yet, though.
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bmanic
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7806 posts since 3 Feb, 2003, from Finland, Espoo

Postby bmanic; Wed Sep 20, 2017 6:20 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

Interesting plugin. Is there any way to return a single band back to zero without having to double click it and type in zero? On most plugins it's a simple CTRL/CMD click or ALT+click. It would be very useful.

Also, about the upcoming Elevate. Will this be the same algorithm as was available for the Unity 3D engine?
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Postby MogwaiBoy; Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:57 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

andymcbain wrote:Downloading this felt like daylight robbery for me! The match EQ is very useful indeed - I do a lot of A/B referencing with commercially released tracks so this provides a useful visual reference when sitting on the master bus. Nice sound too...! Sign up for an iLok account and grab it!


Don't feel too bad about it - the crossgrade to the Elevate limiter will be where they hope to make money from you. No obligation though, so this is a very generous offer... thanks Newfangled! And great to see some innovation in EQ land.
Sg1122
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Postby Sg1122; Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:28 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

very good imo the biggest downside is the meters visual cause high cpu usage for me
s_t
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Postby s_t; Wed Sep 20, 2017 11:23 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

This eq can sound very transparent and neutral, thus it makes it a good choice for mastering.

My only issue is with the GUI size. On a high DPI screen it's quite tiny and especially the text is unreadable small. As this plugin seems to be doing something with openGL? perhaps a GUI scaling feature would be not too far fetched?
But regardless of that, thanks for this great giveaway!
PatchAdamz
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3799 posts since 12 Nov, 2012

Postby PatchAdamz; Wed Sep 20, 2017 11:28 pm Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

Thanks for the freebie Eventide. :)
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Aloysius
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20505 posts since 11 Aug, 2008, from a computer

Postby Aloysius; Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:50 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

Judging by the comments, I must be the only duckling who thinks the GUI variations are all ugly looking. Anyway, I'm really interested in what the Plugin can do, so hope to get to read the manual and watch all the videos soon.
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Ph-J
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Postby Ph-J; Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:20 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

DGillespie wrote:Hi Ph-J,
It's VST2 only, so you'll need to use the 4 input method in Cubase.

Dan


Thanks ! (now I realize I've ever only used VST3 plugins for s-c)
I'll try this.
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Tp3
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Postby Tp3; Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:52 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

bmanic wrote:Interesting plugin. Is there any way to return a single band back to zero without having to double click it and type in zero? On most plugins it's a simple CTRL/CMD click or ALT+click. It would be very useful.

+1

Also, moving adjacent faders accidentally is just too easy. please fix that. its quite frustrating to move the fader with the mouse and having it moving a second one without even noticing ...
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DGillespie
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Postby DGillespie; Thu Sep 21, 2017 5:47 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

Sg1122 wrote:very good imo the biggest downside is the meters visual cause high cpu usage for me


There is a METERS button in the preset bar. Turning this off should help. I'm given to understand that on some systems this is not enough and I have to disable Open GL completely. If this is the case for you, a solution is in the works.

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DGillespie
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45 posts since 6 May, 2012, from New York

Postby DGillespie; Thu Sep 21, 2017 5:48 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

s_t wrote:This eq can sound very transparent and neutral, thus it makes it a good choice for mastering.

My only issue is with the GUI size. On a high DPI screen it's quite tiny and especially the text is unreadable small. As this plugin seems to be doing something with openGL? perhaps a GUI scaling feature would be not too far fetched?
But regardless of that, thanks for this great giveaway!


Potentially. The OpenGL makes smooth rescaling difficult, but I might be able to manage a small/medium/large option. I assume you're on Windows?
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DGillespie
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45 posts since 6 May, 2012, from New York

Postby DGillespie; Thu Sep 21, 2017 5:53 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

Tp3 wrote:
bmanic wrote:Interesting plugin. Is there any way to return a single band back to zero without having to double click it and type in zero? On most plugins it's a simple CTRL/CMD click or ALT+click. It would be very useful.

+1

Also, moving adjacent faders accidentally is just too easy. please fix that. its quite frustrating to move the fader with the mouse and having it moving a second one without even noticing ...


In DRAW CURVE mode the emphasis is on drawing the curve, so key commands are off and it's easy to accidentally move adjacent bands. You can turn DRAW CURVE mode off for fine tuning, or you can always temporary switch DRAW CURVE mode on or off with the shift key. So with DRAW CURVE on, shift drag will move just one band, shift-option-click will return to 0dB, and shift-command-click will fine tune. (Same on Windows with different buttons)

Dan
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Tp3
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2011 posts since 7 Feb, 2007

Postby Tp3; Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:27 am Re: A new Eventide / Newfangled Free Plugin

DGillespie wrote:
Tp3 wrote:
bmanic wrote:Interesting plugin. Is there any way to return a single band back to zero without having to double click it and type in zero? On most plugins it's a simple CTRL/CMD click or ALT+click. It would be very useful.

+1

Also, moving adjacent faders accidentally is just too easy. please fix that. its quite frustrating to move the fader with the mouse and having it moving a second one without even noticing ...


In DRAW CURVE mode the emphasis is on drawing the curve, so key commands are off and it's easy to accidentally move adjacent bands. You can turn DRAW CURVE mode off for fine tuning, or you can always temporary switch DRAW CURVE mode on or off with the shift key. So with DRAW CURVE on, shift drag will move just one band, shift-option-click will return to 0dB, and shift-command-click will fine tune. (Same on Windows with different buttons)

Dan

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