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Equalizer V1

$99 (intro)

Equalizer V1 has an average user rating of 4.50 from 2 reviews

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Equalizer V1

Reviewed By kvrkvr [all]
February 28th, 2024
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

LinearPhase version was too expensive, $699usd in 2006.

EQ v1 LP had a different color:
Standard DX version:

VST / AU 2010 version had a Darker Blue, harder to see.

SonicTimeWorks were aiming at the Algorithmix audience "Mastering Houses"
LinearPhase Red, Orange, Blue at 1/2 the price.

Standard EQ was $250usd. from STW web page, | $200usd. from AudioMIDI in 2002

was included in some Cakewalk Sonar versions,
Cakewalk Sonar replaced STW EQ with Kjaerhus Audio EQ.

EQ v1 was re-released for VST / AU in 2010 for a brief period of time, before company was 404.
$139usd. DX owners could upgrade to VST for $59usd..
But best sounding was DX version... using FFX4 DX to VST.
There was No point upgrading to VST on Windows,
few people had both systems, Mac & PC.
a friend had Sonar but didnt upgraded.

STW had similar VintagEQ for Creamware SonicScope DSP was $150usd,
a friend had Creamware DSP but didnt purchased,
probably DSP had the best sound.

EQ v1 was Touch Screen friendly "Microsoft Surface 2 Pro tablet", 96kHz ready,
Clean Digital mode was nice | Vintage Analog emulation was Ok,
but i ended up purchasing PSP MasterQ 1.02
i could only affort one, never regretted puchasing PSP MQ 1.02, still use it.
i like more the Analog Emulation of PSP, even it lacks a Clean Digital mode, lacks bands, etc..
years later purchased McDSP Channel G v6 for "Clean Mode"
P.D. Harrison VST Channel EQ similar sound to PSP, SSL X-EQ maybe similar, more tests needed.

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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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