With its super easy to enter filter parameters and zero latency mode, I use this as my headphone correction EQ placed "post everything else" for all my work in an ASIO environment. Yup, a free plugin correcting a $1300 set of headphones, lol. Just search the net for "headphone correction curves" to find parms to enter into this plugin to make your headphones sound a whole lot more true. Even my $100 headphones sound a whole lot better with a proper correction curve entered into this plugin. Thanks for a great plugin.
Using this with Catalina 10.15.7 and Logic Pro X. 12 bands are brilliant and this sounds really good. The only problem I'm having is that it's spiking one of the CPU's bars hugely and often causing crackling sounds. Bypassing doesn't change that but as soon as I switch it off completely the spike goes down.
Congrats on this EQ! It sounds really great! With Latency maxed out, I'm getting an extremely accurate & clean response, that I usually only know from Eq's (Hw and Sw), that are much, much, much more expensive!:) I'm officially impressed! Keep up the great work.
Hey all. Can anyone help? I've tried downloading this plugin so many times but my computer can't open the files. I'm not technically inept but I'm also not super tech savvy. I also tried downloading the "framework" IPlug-Youlean (?) and I downloaded whatever JUCE had to offer but still the program won't install. I use Mixcraft 8 so I'm not even sure I can use this plugin (I think I can). Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks ahead of time. I have Windows 7.
If you've never installed any plugins in form of a DLL/VST3 before, you should google how to do it for your DAW. It would involve you unpacking the zip and putting plugins in a specific folder on your disk, then scanning for the plugins in your DAW. After that, they would become available.
If you would download this plugin from this page (a .zip with 4 files in it, dlls and vst3s) and would follow the needed steps, it would definitely work.
Really advise you to get used to it because it's a process that is not hard and that you would have to go through a lot if you'd like to expand your pallette :) Best of luck.
Pls note that products like 32-bit Lives and Unify let you use 32-bit pluggs in a 64-bit only DAW. Also BlueCats Patchwork works in that respect. The only thing they do not convert are those old ones that depends on Rosetta. Removed from the MAC around Lion.
saludos amigos para descargar vayan a la parte izquierda donde dice descargas, luego denle click al vinculo de descarga segun el sistema que tengan (win o mac), si no se inicia la descarga denle clik derecho abrir en nueva pestaña y ahi se descarga, a mi me funsiono asi. espero les haya aydudado.
Gracias, Danny - For some reason Chrome was not allowing me to download by clicking on those links, but if I right-clicked I could save the .zip. I had to also give Chrome permission to keep the file because it was an unsecure download, apparently. So, the problem was on my end, with browser settings. Thank you for your assistance.
I'm trying to get QRange to work for me in Reaper, but so far engaging the plugin simply acts as a mute button for me. Whatever track I put it on, when I engage it, it simply turns the audio off on that track. Any ideas for how I can get it working? Thanks a lot.