The LP/NP filter are build on impluse responses.
The ZD filter is a creative combination of 4 shelf filters
Not HW based, sTilt itself generates the IRs, strictly mathematical.
there is also TAL USE (Ultra Simple EQ) and Dead Duck Software Tilt EQ. I prefer Niveau Filter thoughsimon.a.billington wrote: ↑Mon Jun 21, 2021 7:28 amYeah this one is free, its not bad either. Another one would be built into the Louder Than Liftoff Chopshop, plus you get some really nice HP and LP filters with it, making it more handy.
Well, yes, that's a beast!
At first when I read your comment I thought it was exaggerated rhetoric, because how could a tilt EQ be a "beast". But it was also and intriguing comment so I tried the demo. Iended up buying it. I see what you mean, it is a beast! And it's aptly named, Pivot - its much more than a tilt EQ and it really does allow the audio to be "pivoted" around the centre in more ways than just tone bending like a typical tilt. amazing. a beast!