Pitch-Tracking Equalizer

Sound Radix releases SurferEQ plug-in that tracks pitch and changes EQ accordingly      28/11/11

Sound Radix has released SurferEQ in VST, AU and RTAS formats. They tell us that SurferEQ tracks the pitch of the instrument or a vocal track and can change the EQ frequency accordingly in real-time, making it possible for the first time to naturally control the fundamental frequencies or harmonics of a track. You just set any of the EQ bands to a desired harmonic and watch SurferEQ move with the track, staying always relevant to the music.
Sound Radix say that, for over a year, they have meticulously developed an accurate, real-time pitch detection engine with virtually no octave errors. They say that there's no need for endless parameters tweaking. It just works.
A Sound Radix PR person told us, "When developing our original analog-behaving asymmetric EQ algorithms we've made every effort to preserve the size and energy of the original recording. SurferEQ sounds natural even when it is pushed to its extremes. In addition to the HP, LP, shelf and bell shaped filters, we've developed a unique four mode harmonic filter. It takes on a whole new life when it moves with the pitch and makes it possible to achieve new sounds as never heard before."
Features
  • Pitch-Tracking Equalizer
  • Original Assymetric EQ Algorithms
  • Innovative Harmonic Filter
  • 64 Bit Internal Processing
Pricing and Availability:
SurferEQ is available for an introductory price of $129. Offer is valid until 1/1/2012 More information:

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