What is KVR Audio? | Submit News | Advertise | Developer Account

Options (Affects News & Product results only):

OS:
Format:
Include:
Quick Search KVR

"Quick Search" KVR Audio's Product Database, News Items, Developer Listings, Forum Topics and videos here. For advanced Product Database searching please use the full product search. For the forum you can use the phpBB forum search.

To utilize the power of Google you can use the integrated Google Site Search.

Products 0

Developers 0

News 0

Forum 0

Videos 0

Search  

User Reviews by KVR Members for PTEq-1a

Rate & Review PTEq-1a Now!

9.00
Reviewed By wsteffier on 27th June 2014
OS: Version: 7.
Last edited by wsteffier on 27th June 2014.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful. Was it helpful to you? YesNo

I have spent many hours testing and comparing the Ignite PTEq-1a EQ plug-in with other Pultec-style EQ plug-ins. I first matched the control settings on the PTEq-1a to various settings on other plug-ins, which included: (1) Pushtec 5+1A, (2) Noble-Q, (3) Noble-Qex, (4) SonEQ, (5) TDR VOS SlickEQ, and (6) NI/Softube Enhanced EQ in order to evaluate the tonal characteristics and qualities of the PTEq-1a. At least three (3) different setting sonic ranges were used in my evaluation for all the EQ plug-ins tested. I accurately matched all the plug-ins in this test and carefully listened through my system using both Neumann KH120A studio monitors and Sennheiser HD 25-1 II professional headphones. The audio test material included a combination of female vocal tracks, and nylon and steel string acoustic guitar tracks. In summary, the tonal qualities of the PTEq-1a could identically match that of the Noble-Q, Noble-Qex, Enhanced EQ and TDR VOS SlickEQ for the wide range of settings tested. Although the GUI is on the small side and less elegant to that of the purchased products, you certainly don't need to spend any money to obtain the same excellent results with the PTEq-1a. I could not get SonEQ to identically match the tone/quality settings of the other plug-ins in this comparison, as SonEQ is just somewhat different, but nevertheless excellent. However to my surprise, the Pushtec 5+1A EQ plug-in was somewhat magical in this comparative test exhibiting certain "air-like" qualities above all the rest. On the flip side, the Pushtec 5+1A was complicated and timely to set up and does not have an output gain control making it even more difficult on recorded tracks without ample headroom. Conclusion: you should most definitely have a copy of the Ignite PTEq-1a plug-in in your studio arsenal.

Latest 1 review from a total of 1

Discussion: Active

Discussion

14 November 2012 at 9:09pmpista85

wow, for a free plugin this is terrific! I tested it with Softube's and OverToneDSP's and despite the fact that Softube sounded a bit more musical than the other two this one is definitely NOT a cheap crap emulation. thank you for that.

18 November 2012 at 3:05pmSarahBellum

i ran this against the PSP NoblEQ and it compares very well - if you need a good pultec clone (and who doesn't?) and don't want to shell out for a commercial offering then the fact that this is free and 64Bit you'd be mad not to have this excellent plugin in your toolbox

25 November 2012 at 6:12amTokyoMind

Dynamic ECC88 / 6DJ8 SRPP tube stage analog modeling. This Pretty Good For Stage Sound.

27 November 2012 at 8:35pmsunny_j

there is a bug where if u cut at 40hz or 60hz, the curve does not change. tested it multiple times and same result, win VST 2.4 version

29 November 2012 at 1:09pmWild Hades

Make sure to have the latest version (1.0.1), because that was one of the bugs I've fixed on the update.

29 November 2012 at 4:52pmsunny_j

I'm talking about the latest 1.0.1 version.

29 November 2012 at 8:09pmWild Hades

I can't replicate the issue in neither 32 or 64 bit version.
What version are you using? Which DAW? How are you analyzing the plug-in?

29 November 2012 at 8:52pmsunny_j

x86 version, multiple hosts. The thing is, Im using my mousewheel. Normally, it takes two scrolls of the wheel to move between successive points (i.e. from 20hz to 30 hz, 30 to 45 etc.). However, from 45 to 60, the gui pointer moves on the 1st scroll, whereas the actual value(frequency) changes on the second scroll. I saw it just now, when I loaded the eq again to confirm your findings. Still, a bug though ;)

29 November 2012 at 9:35pmWild Hades

Oh, my apologies for not testing the mousewheel behaviour, then!
Nice catch, I'll try to understand what's going on.
Thanks!

29 November 2012 at 9:38pmpista85

I like your responsibility despite it is free…

30 November 2012 at 2:30pmcharlesvk

Thanks for this. I like the sound of it!

Please log in to join the discussion

PTEq-1a

Average user rating of 9.00 from 1 review

Ignite Amps
 My KVR - Version Control & Lists
Not In Your MY KVR Groups
(or group limitation prevents versioning)
43 people have added PTEq-1a to 10 My KVR groups 51 times
+6 in private groups

KVR Rank (Based on page views)

Overall: 169  120  167

30-Day: 375; 7-Day: 312; Yesterday: 132

Advertisements