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HoRNet Angle is a little handy tone shaper tool. It's based on the concept of the "tilt eq" a special kind of equaliser designed to change the tonal balance of the track to which is applied.
A "tilt eq" does not provide frequency or Q control, it simply increases or decreases high and low frequencies around a fixed point, and in the case of HoRNet Angle is 650Hz, turning the "Angle" knob on the GUI towards right increases the right part of the spectrum (the high frequencies) while lowering the left part (low frequencies) of the same amount. This simple action allow to perform very gentle tonal shaping that can help you get the correct frequency balance of your mix with very little effort.
HoRNet Angle also adds the standard HoRNet goodies, we have added input and output auto gain based around the 0VU level, leaving them engaged may help you keep the level constant while you tweak the EQ. HoRNet Angle also has the "OpAmp" analog emulation derived directly from our AnalogStage plugin that adds harmonics and make the sound "thicker" when enabled.
The best possible sound quality is always guaranteed by the auto-oversample feature that internally adjusts the oversampling amount to give the plugin enough bandwidth to keep the aliasing at minimum with every sampling frequency.
Mac OS X (>=10.7) and Windows support.
32 and 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
Audio Units VST2.4, VST3 and AAX format.
Now v. 1.0.1 works quite ok, in stereo, no crashes, auto level adjust works. I change my rating. Below comments are for v. 1.0.0.
Ok, it is for free. But it only works in mono. If I insert it on a stereo channel, the right channel always distorts, the output level meter is always at max, and the plugin becomes unstable, i.e. crashes Cubase.
My system: Cubase Pro 9.5-64-bit, Win 7 64-bit, 4 GB RAM.Read Review