Sonic Studio say that Sonic EQ native provides an up to date, hostâ€“based version of the same equalization long relied on by engineers in need of a solution to daily production problems.
It is a proprietary implementation of equalizer that includes 12 different topologies, including multiâ€“order parametrics, multiâ€“order shelves, multiâ€“order high/low pass, multiâ€“order bandpass/bandstop, infinite notch, DC removal and deâ€“emphasis for both AES/EBU emphasis and RIAA preâ€“emphasis. Sonic Studio tell us that Sonic EQ nativeâ€™s minimal phase topologies and double precision operators ensure inaudible results for even radical settings, and that it also provides a wider range of adjustment than most equalizers on the market. They say that with Quality Factor (Q) adjustment from 0.1 to 100 and slopes from 1st to 4th order, the control and precision provided can solve even the most pesky problems.
Classical minimalist engineer Ron Meyer had this to say, â€œSonic EQ native helped me resurrect a unâ€“releasable orchestral recording for a client whose label had rejected it based on sound quality. I took something described as a â€˜sowâ€™s earâ€™ and transformed it into a releasable product. I donâ€™t reach for plugâ€“ins very often but, when I need EQ to help out recording problems, Sonic EQ is the only one to use.â€�
Pricing and Availability:
Sonic EQ native for soundBlade is available now for US$495