Version 1.2 of HarmoniEQ--a harmonically-enhanced equalizer in PC VST plug-in format--is now available for download.
This version update features only a single, but--nevertheless--a very useful, improvement: the "PhasyP" EQ sound mode.
This "PhasyP" mode was designed to reduce CPU utilization of the plug-in to minimum while maintaining excellent sonic performance. Indeed, this PhasyP mode applies a soft harmonic enhancement like all other modes do. Beside this, PhasyP offers our latest findings in the "harshless" equalization performance: this mode should match in sound analog equalizers known for their smooth sound. PhasyP mode is best used at the Normal quality setting where its CPU requirements are low.
For your instance, ease of tuning was one of our main goals when designing this plug-in. That is why HarmoniEQ features a single control surface to control the equalizer curve, without any knobs. HarmoniEQ's control surface workflow implements our best findings in the area of "user-equalizer" interaction. This allowed us to offer the user 3 shelving and 4 bell-shaped filters without making HarmoniEQ a hard-to-fine-tune device.
Voxengo HarmoniEQ features:
- 4 bell-shaped filter bands
- Low-shelf filter band
- 2 high-shelf filter bands
- Four different EQ sound modes
- Special Boost mode
- Special Woofer mode
- "A-to-B" comparisons
- Factory presets
- Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
- Any sample rate is supported
- Internal 64-bit processing
- Native assembler DSP code
HarmoniEQ is available on-line for USD 99.95. For more information and downloads you can visit the Voxengo web site: http://www.voxengo.com
Looking forward to working with this mode. Can you give some more insight as to how the harmonic enhancement of the PhasyP mode differs from the harmonic enhancement of the other modes?
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