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VSTplug freq

Parametric EQ Plugin by DSPplug
VSTplug freq
VSTplug freq by DSPplug is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
System Requirements
windows 64-bit VST2 compatible DAW or Editor
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Please report any issues to re17qw@gmail.com
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The Freq is one of the better EQ's made by Phonix (Nick Johnstone), and I like it a great deal. But I wanted to make something like the FL studio EQ with a glossy smooth sound, especially due to the fact that it wasn't very 4k or 8k screen friendly.

The Freq, based on a PhonicsAudio design' www.phonicsaudio.com was designed and coded by Nix & Grymmjack.

The VSTplug Freq is basically a new skin of the same plugin but the new version will be a complete rebuild. Check out www.phonicsaudio.com for more information.

The first version of freq is found here:

And the second version is found here:

I think Nick for making this great EQ and I wanted to show My appreciation for this effect by providing this useful tool for fans of the EQ who have larger screens and don't like fiddling with knobs.

This is a beta with no known issues. The issue in coding it right now is setting a max q-bell width maximum. It doesn't affect any other bands but the bass. Be careful not to make that q-width (resonance) too high.

Stays at about 1% CPU usage.

Stay tuned for a final update which makes the operation a bit smoother and has a different preset count which should allow automation.

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Comments & Discussion for DSPplug VSTplug freq

Discussion: Active
11 October 2019 at 6:37pm

very nice free equalizer.

9 January 2020 at 2:43pm

Thanks, I hope to update it soon :).

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