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Nice one Aleksey.

I just got the mail about an update to one of my paid plugs & saw this on the download page.

And it appears to be multichannel as well!!!

Wonderful stuff, and I will give a full writeup later on.

www.opusproductions.com

Multichannel Audio Specialists

DVD-A, DVD-V Authoring

Mixing & Mastering to most formats


Thanks!

I hope Neil will give this device a glowing writeup.  I've just tried it for a little while with the presets and I think it's just lovely.

Thank you Aleksey, I can't believe you're giving it away for free!

Cheers,

Mauri.


You are welcome!  Overtone GEQ is a 'test suite' for the new development platform we are now creating, which will be used in the future plug-in updates.

Also, Neil, could you comment on number of groups I've chosen?  8 selectable groups seems like too much, but for 7.1 one requires 5 groups (1 center channel, 2 front channels, 2 surround channels, 2 rear channels, 1 subwoofer).

So, should I limit choice to 5 groups, or leave all 8 groups for the case somebody wants to adjust individual channels?


Please - definitely leave things with all 8 groups so that individual levels can be adjusted!

It will help also if (not when!) either HD DVD or Blu Ray actually get their collective acts together, as they are to support 7.1 Audio as well.

Another great use is the "standard" 5.1 discrete, and channels 7 & 8 can be used for the Lt/Rt or Lo/Ro Stereo mixes getting an entire delivery master pass through to a DA-88 in one easy pass.

In the middle of a movie nix, and I am finding this very useful in the M & E stems.

www.opusproductions.com

Multichannel Audio Specialists

DVD-A, DVD-V Authoring

Mixing & Mastering to most formats


Neil, thanks for your comment.

Thank you Aleksey,

Does it mean that because Overtone create harmonics, it is better to use it only as positive eq ?

Franck


Franck, I do not see a difference between using it for cuts or boosts.  Overtone GEQ should work fine for both.

Ok thank you, i will "taste" Overtone this afternoon ;-)

Have a nice day.

Franck

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