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Crave EQ was built with one purpose: uncompromising sound quality. To that end, we have created 3 highly accurate EQ models based on an ideal analog equalizer. Each model is aimed at delivering the best possible sound for a specific task.
For pure analog sound, the analog phase mode is a reproduction of clean analog hardware - an essential feature for professional quality mixing. This kind of modelling requires a small amount of latency which we've managed to keep astonishingly low at just 48 samples - 1.1ms at 44kHz or 0.5ms at 96kHz.
When zero latency is a must, the digital phase mode offers a true analog EQ curve with digital phase. Digital EQs based on FIR filters often struggle with bass resolution and digital EQs based on IIR filters often have poor high frequency response. Our filtering technology ensures accuracy across the whole frequency spectrum with very little CPU usage.
For scenarios that call for linear phase, the linear phase mode offers the same true analog EQ curve as the other modes with zero phase. As you may know, higher quality linear phase processing requires higher latency. To ensure you're always getting the highest quality, the appropriate latency is selected based on the sample rate of the host.