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By Magnus @ Smart Electronix.
NyquistEq is a paragraphic equalizer that does not suffer from the treble warping that most digital equalizers do. Also it never clicks, and it handles deep bass well.
The reason it's called NyquistEq is because it's designed to be a filter that sounds good all the way up to the Nyquist frequency (if sampling rate is 44.1 kHz then nyquist is at 22.05 kHz).
Reviewed By pera
November 20, 2007
Ok.. it is very simple, but I think that his power is in that concept: It is a graphic parametric equalizer with five bands that can be turned off.
NyquistEQ have some secrets (as I discovered by chance): to avoid the compensation that is turned on by default in all bands you need to access the list of parameters of this VST from your host, you also could change the master gain and the type of filtering; I think that they should add the possibility of modifying these parameters from the graphical interface.
It would be interesting to see a version with ten bands and having some sort of spectrogram in the background :)Read more