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 EVE-AT Series by Kuassa is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows and Mac OS X. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
EVE-AT1
EVE-AT4
Product EVE-AT Series
Developer Kuassa
Price (MSRP) $39 (each) / $59 (bundle)
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Effect(s)  
Operating System Availability
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System
Latest
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 1.0.0  Downloads Released
System Requirements
Windows XP or later
32/64-bit compatible
VST host/sequencer required
 1.0.0  Downloads Released
System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.5 or later
32/64-bit compatible
VST and AU host/sequencer required
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Need a shape?

Whether your song, session or individual recorded tracks need a tone polishing, we have the right tools to get shaped. Consider this as a 'tone-shaping' tool rather than a 'surgical/corrective' tool.

The Kuassa EVE-AT1 / EVE-AT4 consists of two individual EQs inspired by the design of the legendary Neve* 1081 and 1084 that are known for their clear, smooth, and very musical characteristics. We are thrilled by the sound and present these EQs as a modern tribute to one of the most influential audio tools ever created.

Remove mud, brighten the track, or sweeten your vocals with these EQs' unique Q curve, or just clear the spectrum with the supplied HP & LP filters.

The Kuassa EVE-AT1 is a four band equalizer with HP & LP filters.

The Kuassa EVE-AT4 is a three band equalizer with HP & LP filters.

How do the two differ in terms of sound? Each EQ has a very different Q bandwidth curve, resulting in an audibly different response. Try and hear it for yourself.

Key Features:

  • Approximately +/-18dB (Narrow Q), and +/-12 dB (Broad Q).
  • Selectable broad/narrow Q bandwidth.
  • Selectable shelf/peak filter mode.
  • HP & LP, -18 dB/octave.
  • Output trim.

*Disclaimer: All trademarks are the property of their respective owners which are in no way associated or affiliated with Kuassa. The manufacturer names and model designations are used solely to identify the products whose tonal and sound characteristics were studied during development.

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11 October 2013 at 3:51pmPUSHA

Look good and Sound even better......very nice plugins.

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