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Voxengo updates PrimeEQ to v1.4 and TEOTE to v1.5

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Voxengo has announced the release of PrimeEQ v1.4 and TEOTE v1.5.

PrimeEQ v1.4 includes the following changes:

  • IMPORTANT: This version has changed its product key format. If you already purchased this plug-in, to use this version, please visit the Voxengo web site and get a new key at the User Area (if you obtained a product key from a reseller, you will need to add your existing product key there first), or use the Automatic key download feature of the plug-in itself.
  • Added Apple Silicon native compatibility.
  • Added 1/48 octave spectrum smoothing option.
  • Improved spectrum smoothing precision.
  • Redesigned the interface to provide the widest EQ and spectrum view possible.
  • Added the "OutGain" parameter automation.
  • Added the preset list sorting function to the preset manager.
  • Redesigned the knob image.
  • Extended the "Color Editor" with color modifiers.
  • Added the "Gray Blue" and "Navy" color schemes.
  • Implemented "anti-aliased" line drawing optimization.
  • Improved readability of the condensed font.
  • Added AudioComponents interface to AudioUnit as the ".rsrc" interface may be deprecated in the future.

TEOTE v1.5 includes the following changes:

  • Added Apple Silicon native compatibility.
  • Added "P"/"A" switch to the channel-linking algorithm.
  • Extended "Room Dip" range to 8kHz, for more creative uses. This, however, may skew a previously made automation of this parameter.
  • Automatic instance labeling implemented (not supported in VST2).
  • The "out/in" indicator can now be clicked to trim the output gain knob.
  • The "Copy to" button is now called the "Copy": this button now copies parameters FROM the selected group, NOT TO the selected group. This should improve the workflow.

The new "P" and "A" switches select the mode of channel linking: Peak or Average (RMS). This switch affects stereo material only, it has no effect on mono material. The "P" mode usually offers "heavier" sounding basses while the "A" mode usually sounds "snappy" on full-stereo masters.

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