Log InCreate An Account
  1. Plugins
  2. »
  3. SoundBytes Music Magazine
  4. »
  5. SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro
  6. »
  7. Details

SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro

No Longer Available
SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro
SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro by SoundBytes Music Magazine / DDMF is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
My KVR - Groups, Versions, & More
96 KVR members have added SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro to 16 My KVR groups 119 times.
Not In Your MY KVR Groups
(or group limitation prevents versioning)
+16 in private groups

KVR Rank

Overall: 9669   7126   8676

30-Day: 15837; 7-Day: 15266; Yesterday: 19232

SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro is a six band equalizer from DDMf.

It comes with 27 state-of-the-art filter types per band. SB DDMf IIEQ Pro is also adjusted for digital artifacts at high frequencies and it offers seven Butterworth filter types with variable slopes from 6 to 60 dB/oct.

It has very low CPU consumption yet very high sound quality.

It also includes a high precision frequency analyzer (pre/post) with zoom and scroll functionality.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review
SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro

Reviewed By colobelporridge [all]
May 19th, 2018
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

Hands down the best free parametric eq you can get. The limtations in the free version are not crippling. It has a range of great options and six bands which is more than enough for me on most sources, It reminds me of the waves renaissance eq but the gui is much easier to use. It also has a band solo button. I actually dont know why i have not bought the full version yet but i think its probaly because this is very good. I am however taking of a star as it says it comes with a frequncy analyser but it does not, I think its actually a mistake.

Read Review

Products similar to SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro...

Comments & Discussion for SoundBytes Music Magazine SoundBytes DDMf IIEQ Pro

Discussion: Active
22 January 2017 at 1:01am

32-bit for Mac.


Please log in to join the discussion