We are happy to release the next version of Overtone GEQ - our free 7-band equalizer plug-in in VST and AudioUnit formats for Windows, Windows 64 and Mac OS X platforms. This newer version offers a better look-and-feel of the plug-in, user interface rescaling and coloration options, and several other enhancements.
Overtone GEQ is 7-band harmonic (overtone) graphic equalizer with multi-channel support (supporting up to 8 input/output channels, host setup-dependent). Overtone GEQ offers extensive internal channel routing capabilities, and supports mid/side channel processing.
Beside equalizing, Overtone GEQ applies harmonic enhancement processing: it uses 7 harmonic enhancement modules, one for each EQ band. This generates a complex harmonic coloration you will probably like a lot.
Overtone GEQ was designed to allow audio engineers to apply quick EQ shape adjustments together with adding a bit of harmonic richness to the audio material (mainly mixes and sub-mixes due to a comparably high processing load this EQ puts on a CPU).
Overtone GEQ Features:
- 7-band graphic equalizing
- +/- 12 dB gain range per band
- 2 graphic equalizer views
- Multi-channel processing
- Internal channel routing
- Channel grouping
- Mid/side processing
- Complex harmonic coloration
- 64-bit floating point processing
- Preset manager
- Undo/redo history
- A/B comparisons
- Contextual hint messages
Overtone GEQ and other Voxengo plug-ins can be downloaded at the Voxengo web site: https://www.voxengo.com/
I'm running Sonar 7 and the VST scan is not "seeing" this.
Aleksey, when I double click on the frequency values, it lets me type a value but it always sets the frequency to 20 khz, any idea? I am using Cubase 4.1
Hi Aleksay, thanks for the new update. Really like the possibility to change the colors; the green suits my DAWs prefect, it stands out more clearly than the original 'champagne'.
But - it crashes in Wavelab 6, seems to be stable in Samplitude 10 though. I can't tell exactly when it happens but a DOS-promt shows up, with some text.
Hope this will be easy for you to figure out what the problem is.
I just tested the Audio Unit in Logic Pro 8 and Wave Editor. No problems so far but there are a few things to explore. It sounds good. For any Mac users, I'm guessing a few may be coming here in future, Wave Editor is an awesome app. You can find out more here:
It works on a layering system like a graphics app. It's a Mac app that can do what SoundForge and Wavelab do but it's better than any other Mac Wave Editor I have tried.
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