|Type / Tags||EQ|
Windows 7 or later
macOS 10.7 or later
TinyQ is - as the name suggests - a rather tiny EQ. There are lots of good large EQs around but nothing versatile if simply a few adjustments are needed. The EQ provides the following features:
- 4 bands 20 Hz to 20 kHz, two of them switchable between peak and shelf.
- Butterworth hi- and lo-cut with orders between 6 and 48 dB/octave.
- Toggle (Tiny/Large) to make it a bit less tiny.
As some may notice the user interface is inspired by a DAW's channel EQ.
The plugin is made with JUCE (juce.com) and uses JUCE's Personal License. Due to this it shows a splash screen when it's opened. Also, the JUCE Personal license requires the product to send (anonymous) usage data to google-analytics. In the download's zip file is a text file with a few more details.
Reviewed By djkybernetik
September 4, 2018
i like the work from lkjb, luftikus was one of my favorite eq's. tinyQ is good but have any issues, the gui is a little bit to small to adjust the eq parameters exactly and the knobs are not precise enough.
when this changed it can be a great little daw helper, i look forward for upcoming versions;-).Read more