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ACM500XA Console Channel EQ

ACM500A Console Channel EQ
ACM500XA Console Channel EQ by Applied Computer Music Technologies is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
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Linux x86-64 / AMD64 64-bit e.g. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or newer.
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The ACM500XA plug-in for Linux emulates all the desirable qualities of a professional analogue console channel equalizer. High and low frequency shelving / bell filters and two mid-range parametric bands make adding texture and colour - or taming problem frequencies - both intuitive and instinctive.

Presented as a virtual 500-series module, with a stylized modern user-interface, the ACM500XA uses innovative analogue filter modelling to accurately replicate the more natural sound of analogue designs, without additional latency or high CPU demand.

More efficient use of CPU and system resources allows more plug-in instances in a typical audio workstation project:

  • Smooth controls with no 'zipper noise' when adjusting the plug-in settings.
  • High and low frequency shelving / bell filters.
  • High and low-mid parametric filters with variable frequency, gain and Q.
  • Physically modelled rotary control modes.
  • Resizable, modern user interface. As intuitive and easy to use as a traditional analogue console EQ.
  • Innovative processing models analogue filter behaviour - without additional latency or high CPU demand.
  • VST and VST3 Plug-in for Linux.
  • Easy to install.

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