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 PR-EQUA 87 by eaReckon is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
PR-EQUA 87
Product PR-EQUA 87
Developer eaReckon
Price (MSRP)
€29
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1.2.0
 
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1.2.0
 
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PR-EQUA 87 is a full-featured 4-band parametric equalizer. It is the only plug-in of the series to overcome the idea of a limited visual feedback. During the testing phase in real situations, it was decided to integrate a useful but optional frequency analyzer.

PR-EQUA 87 is made of 4 EQ sections: LF, LMF, HMF, HF. Each section features the classic gain, frequency and Q parameters. LF and HF respectively feature a high-pass filter and a low-pass filter. Both of these have a "shelf" option. PR-EQUA 87 also features an integrated brickwall limiter (0dB) based on BW-LIMIT 87.

Latest User Reviews Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By jam92189
May 1, 2012

Smooth clean and very nice to look at.

this is a non colored eq plain and simple. The thing I find really nice about this eq is the built in lmiter is the same type of limiter that they use on there limiter plugin. It is perfect for when I am sweeping frequencies. The over all control and feel of this really just speak for themselves. smooth and clean. i find it really hard these days to find a eq that just does what it does and really well for a good price, this my friends is that eq. all i can really say is its clean easy to use sounds very natural, and i love the high and low filters built in, some times i just put it on a track to clean up the low end mud before they start building up.

the few things i would say could make this even better is a A/B function and maybe a mid side option if you are into that. Personally I try to get the song sounding the way i want without a bunch of super technical stuff like that. Whenever i get a chance to mix be it paying or just for fun, and I do get paid mixing gigs often i'm not just saying that to sound cool I'm poor like most people in America. This is my go to clean eq. I bought the whole bundle and have been nothing but happy with both the products and the customer service. I use this for mostly cutting small amounts to shape the sound and when i want a colored sound i go for one of my vintage emulation stuff i have a lot of those mostly from one or two small developers.

For your money you will not regret buying this or any Eareckon products I have there reverb to and i really like that to i use it on aux tracks often.

the thing to keep in mind when using anything from the ANALOG87 series is they are to be used in ways to help shape and enhance your mix. subtle compression to add snap, minor eq to help bring out the elements of the mix and a smooth clean limiter that actually does not destroy the dynamics of the song.

overall this is one of very few companies that has earned my life long loyalty.

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