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Equalizer V1

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Equalizer V1
Equalizer V1
Equalizer V1 by Sonic Timeworks is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
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Equalizer V1 features High-cut and Low-cut filters, High- and Low-Shelf filters, up to 6 bands of Bell filters (all with completely sweep-able filter points and adjustable Q sizes), two EQ algorithms to choose from, 30 band spectrum analyzer 'on board', along with an intuitive 'dual surface' graphical interface.


  • 2 algorithms (Clean & Vintage) for versatility. Get the EQ sound you want.
  • True stereo 64-bit internal precision.
  • 30-Band frequency analyzer 'built in'.
  • Standard and Graphic editing modes.
  • Real-time previews (dependent of the hosting application).
  • Fast and reliable.
  • High Cut and Low Cut filters with resonant filter controls.
  • Low shelf and High shelf filters.
  • Completely sweep-able filter points with adjustable Q (bandwidth) controls.
  • Complete with LED-style meter.
  • Ultra-Precise fader control while holding down the Shift button.
  • Supports sample rates over 192kHz.

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Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Equalizer V1
Reviewed By The Technician
April 20th, 2019

Used this EQ Within Sonar 8.5 many moons ago with windows XP, Overall it is an excellent EQ, does anyone know if its available to run within a windows 10 environment ?

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Comments & Discussion for Sonic Timeworks Equalizer V1

Discussion: Active
23 June 2012 at 7:49pm

I remember the "linear phase" edition, it was so powerful in equalization than i have ever heard. Even Waves and Oxford did not sound like it.

Is the V1 shown here a "Linear phase" eq? if not, what happened to "Linear phase" edition?

Kind regards,


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