16-Band Graphic EQ Plug-In

Sound Magic releases Neo GraphicEQ VST for Windows      11/12/12
16-Band Graphic EQ Plug-In


Sound Magic tells us that Neo GraphicEQ is a new type of Graphic EQ which enables its users to adjust the specific frequencies they want to modify. Unlike traditional Graphic EQs, Neo GraphicEQ does not use band pass filters to do the job. Instead, it uses a new kind of Linkwitz-Riley Splitter to separate the frequency bands and then process them. This gives you adjustable bands - you pick the frequencies you want to adjust. Sound Magic says that, because the Linkwitz-Riley Crossover filter tends to have the lowest phase distortion of all filters, Neo GraphicEQ will have a better sound quality than traditional graphic EQs.

A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Neo GraphicEQ is a 16 Bands Graphic EQ and all 15 frequency split points are adjustable. This gives you more sound variety than is possible with traditional EQ. For example, you could assign all 16 bands to only process low frequencies. Or high frequnecies. Whatever your music calls for! If you need more control over the entire sound of your tracks, your song, your band, then adjustable bands of our Neo GraphicEQ are the way to go.

Neo GraphicEQ also gives you control over the filter slope of the Linkwitz-Riley Splitter, which directly influences the distortion rate and the sound style. This gives you more variety and more ability to shape the sound to your needs.

If you are looking for a traditional graphic EQ or need something for special EQ needs, Neo GraphicEQ has got you covered. You must not miss this one!"


Features

  • Internal 64-bit floating point precision
  • Innovative Linkwitz-Riley Splitter Design
  • 16 Adjustable Bands
  • Support up to 32Bit/384KHz resolution.


Pricing and Availability:
€49

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