Overall: 4154 3975
30-Day: 3336; 7-Day: 4462; Yesterday: 3014
The DSPplug boardstation is a great EQ for mastering without a lot of clunky controls. Simply 40 bands of automate-able, fast operating bands that will help you in the simplest most convenient way.
Sometimes more control means less controls.
V 1.0: Initial release
V 1.1: Critical update
V 1.2: Added Acoustica Mixcraft support
V 1.3: Updated GUI.
V 1.4: Critical Updates, Updated Analyzer (more additions soon), improved soundforge compatibility.
V 1.5: Replaced analyzer for efficiency, added analyzer dB gauges (improved tomorrow).
V 1.6: Improved CPU usage by 1%, perfected no-noise operation, fixed preset count bug.
V 1.7: Perfected Acoustica Mixcraft 9 support.
V 1.7: (sub version) Added horizontal controls for IN and OUT gain in the ++ version.
V 1.8: (remake) Merged standard and ++ version (please rename file to VSTplug boardstation [or ++] to use old presets).
V 1.9: Changed Look back to something similar to original due to customer request. Changed the way ceiling limiter works to also reflect more standard limiting; up to 20 dBFS.
V 2.0: Making progress removing un-necessary math, now faster and more nimble; better speed and smoother controls coming for version 2.1. Fixed website dual window popup bug.
V 2.1: Attempted speed improvements, streamlined various graphic components, added more frames to the controls to make the action smoother.
V 2.2: Bug fix - Fixed drop down menu reactions, now about does not turn off analyzer. Improved look and feel of credits.
This is an incredible value! One might think 40 bands of EQ verges on overkill, but one would think wrong. I have only owned this plugin for a few weeks, but it has become an essential part of my DAW. For example, I like to mix down kick drum and bass together using complementary boost/reduce EQing. The Boardstation gives me plenty of sonic territory to play with. I also find this plugin is great for raising the volume of a VST instrument in a mix. Whereas I used to use limiters, compressors, or saturation plugins, the Boardstation brings out the instrument with a few small adjustments to selected bands.
By the way, the product support is equally incredible.Read Review