The Vintage EQ gets its name from the warmth and character you hear when passing a signal through this EQ. Any mastering or recording engineer worth his weight in salt will know that when using a "standard" digital EQ, the frequency response approaches 0dB and the signal frequency approaches the Nyquist frequency.
This is not the way analogue equalizers behave and the Vintage EQ solves this problem by using an advanced filter algorithm that produces a curve that is not 100% symmetrical, producing a desired "vintage" sound. Another very important element to this EQ is that unlike its competitors, the Vintage EQ does not use oversampling, since that would require down-sampling and pre-filtering (to avoid aliasing) which in turn would ruin the sound.
- FFT display of incoming and outgoing signal.
- 64 bit precision.
- 7 bands with Gain, Frequency, and "Q" settings.
- 7 different filter types per band.
- Graphical drag and drop curve setting.
- Global output metering.