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With its super easy to enter filter parameters and zero latency mode, I use this as my headphone correction EQ placed "post everything else" for all my work in an ASIO environment. Yup, a free plugin correcting a $1300 set of headphones, lol. Just search the net for "headphone correction curves" to find parms to enter into this plugin to make your headphones sound a whole lot more true. Even my $100 headphones sound a whole lot better with a proper correction curve entered into this plugin. Thanks for a great plugin.Read Review
Warm and energetic - sound reminds me of the old Kjaerhus EQ. Wouldn't use it on the master, maybe sounds a little bit blurry there, but on the bus - if you know what you want - it can be a versatile workhorse making parts richer, fuller. Not the only EQ you will need but the "special one" you will be glad to have it.Read Review
Reviewed By HuskyandJack
June 14th, 2021
Using this with Catalina 10.15.7 and Logic Pro X. 12 bands are brilliant and this sounds really good. The only problem I'm having is that it's spiking one of the CPU's bars hugely and often causing crackling sounds. Bypassing doesn't change that but as soon as I switch it off completely the spike goes down.Read Review
Very easy and fast channel strip style EQ that doesn't use more than 0.2-0.3% CPU (i7-8559u) when all bands and both filters are active and at most 0.4-0.5% when the analyzer is also active. From what I can see it has a type of symmetrical proportional Q which is very musical and easy to set, especially when you can either turn the knobs or just drag the bands around on the graph directly. I would like to have the option to set it to asymmetrical for a even faster workflow but considering that it's free, it already does a lot! Another very important, and impressive detail for a free EQ, is that there is no cramping at all near Nyquist. This is a real issue I have with many free EQ's, and even some stock and paid-for ones. This one however, sounds airy and open in the high frequencies. The low- and high-pass filters are also great with the option to set steepness of the slope from 6dB/oct all the way to 48dB/oct. Not something I would use very often in a minimum phase EQ but it's nice to have the option to. You can also set the gain range for the frequency graph, enable the analyzer for either the input or output and sort the bands if you have messed around with them. All in all, a very feature rich little EQ that doesn't take up much space or CPU, and it's free! Crazy.
If this would evolve later on into a paid-for EQ, where you have a couple of more bands, asymmetrical setting and a linear phase mode, I would happily pay for it.Read Review
Best EQ I have ever used but I have a question. When loading presets, does QRange show which preset you are using? If it does, I can't see it! :-).Read Review
great working tools for free, comparable to many commercial plugins.
It's a great plugin, but don't work on last Mac OS Catalina (((because Catalina does not support 32-bit plugins)
waiting eq updates.
After hearing it was better than the Maag, I had to try it.
I don't know if it's better than the Maag as I've never tried that plugin, but it does exactly what I needed it to do.
It boosts the part of the top end that you actually want boosted, without any artifacts, harshness or nasally resonance.
It treats top end with respect.
The keepgain switch is brilliant as you are then making EQ decisions made firmly on frequency rather than on volume and the trap of thin king something is better because it sounds louder.
I have EQs for low end, general EQs for everything else, but this is now my go-to for detail and clarity in the top end. Great find !.
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