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    Electri-Q v1.8.8 VST WiN

    Team AiR | 10/2010 | 4.25 MB

    ‘Electri-Q is a simple, intuitive, but powerful minimum phase EQ, which makes it very easy to adjust the magnitude of any audio material. Due to its flexibility, it can be used on every track or even as a mastering equalizer. The plugin offers two different algorithms. The algorithm ‘Analog’ was modelled on a transistor based circuit of a real analog EQ. On the other hand ‘Digital’ is a pure and neutral digital EQ without any coloration. ‘Electri-Q 1.8.8’ has up to 64 bands and offers several filter types.


    • * intuitive GUI
    • * Linear Phase IIR mode
    • * up to 64 bands
    • * two basic algorithms (‘Digital’ and ‘Analog’)
    • * several additional algorithms (‘Scream’, ‘Linear Phase’, ‘Maximum Phase’, ‘FIR-min’, ‘Linear-Phase IIR’, ‘Curve’, etc.)
    • * 64-bit Assembler optimized
    • * Economy Mode for less CPU Usage
    • * all basic filter types (Peak, HighShelf, LowShelf, Highpass, Lowpass, Bandpass, Notch)
    • * 100+ special filters
    • * Mono/Stereo (linked)
    • * Draw Filter Curve Estimation
    • * exact edit of frequency, gain, bandwidth
    • * neatless Add/Delete of a band
    • * Psychoacoustical Spectrum and Third Octave Analyser’
    • * unlimited undo/redo
    • * scientific filters: Butterworth/Chebyshev/Bessel
    • * customisable Default
    • * A|B compare
    • * import/export posihfopit presets
    • * 72 Presets


    NEW Features:

    • * FIR-min Modus
    • * Chebyshev LP filter up to -72dB/Oct
    • * several bugfixes
    • * color theme support added
    • * performance of several filters improved
    • * undo/redo refined
    • * bypass added ([ALT] + click on mode)
    • * volume slider added for Winamp version
    • * installer includes optional WinAmp version as well
    • * maximum phase mode *WORLD INNOVATION*


    -The “Maximum Phase” mode is like the “Linear Phase” mode, but instead of having a linear phase, it has maximum phase. With this, the whole filter is preringing only. So a techno bass might turn from “boom” into a “whoop”. If you now take into acount, that loudspeakers (especially sub-woofers) are minimum-phase, these effects will compensate each other. At least in theory…-



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