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Kuassa releases EVE-AT1 and EVE-AT4 Rack Extensions for Reason
11th April 2014

Kuassa has announced the release of the EVE-AT1 and EVE-AT4 classic British equalizers in the Rack Extension format for Propellerhead Reason 6.5 and later.

With a list price of $39 each they are available for the introductory price of $29 each as part of the Anniversary Sale until April 21st.

Both AT1 and AT4 were inspired by the design of the legendary Neve 1081 and 1084 that are known for their clear, smooth, and very musical characteristics. Kuassa say "We are thrilled by the sound and present these EQs as a modern tribute, designed with simplicity and clarity in mind for immediate productivity. Although they share certain tonal characteristics, the EVE-AT1 and EVE-AT4 reveal their differences in the details."

EVE-AT1 is a 4-band parametric equalizer with an additional high-pass and low-pass filter. Inspired by the EQ section of a renowned British Classic – the Neve 1081 – this equalizer delivers a clear, smooth, and musical sound to shape your tracks. The EVE-AT1 possesses an additional parametric band with expanded Q bandwidth selection in the low-mid and high-mid frequency ranges as compared to the EVE-AT4. In addition, the AT1 implements a different high-pass and low-pass filter, giving the AT1 a slightly more conventional frequency response in these areas. These characteristics mean the EVE-AT1 is suitable for a broad range of musical applications, offering flexibility, versatility and all-round utility.

EVE-AT4 EVE-AT4 is a 3-band equalizer with an additional high-pass and low-pass filter. Designed as a tribute to the EQ section of the Neve 1084, which was created as the successor to the legendary Neve 1073. Although the EVE-AT4 possesses fewer bands, a smaller frequency selection palette, and less Q bandwidth selection options as compared to the EVE-AT1, its strength lies in its unique filter implementation, producing an idiosyncratic frequency response not present on the EVE-AT1. The result is a particular tonal character; the sound and tonal shape of its original incarnation is a hallmark of many classic recordings from the 70s.


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