Finally I can use an clean EQ with HPF/LPF with slopes higher than 12dB (MEqualizer doesn't count, its filters are garbage), without needing to spend a lot of CPU (yes, I'm looking at you TDR NOVA 2).
I can also boost the high-end without getting a "digital sounding" high-end, because of how it manages the bands close to 20kHz, still not as good as NOVA 2 or Pro-Q 3 in that regard but way better than the rest of free clean EQs.
Now my second favorite for everything, I would only ask for a bigger size and an output gain knob/control.
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;-).
Very nice little tool... Only thing/s I can see need addressing is level matching for A/B'ing... Maybe Auto gain? or just an output gain would really bring this one home for me... Other than that... Well done.
The large button makes it Tiny at that point it will read Tiny and pressing it again will make it large. Or it's the other way around. Either way the selling point of needing a small EQ is something I've never heard. LOL.
I've never heard anybody say ever they needed a small EQ with analog knobs for quicker edits then the paremetric ones most DAWS provide that are usually very CPU efficient. Even worse this thing collects data too wtf? No thank you. It even has the option to make it larger because nobody wants an extra small analog eq lol.