Hi Aleksey. I heard weeks ago about a new plugin called PultequEQ and this seems to sound very good. Even someone compared it with his Urei EQ. And now I heard that the plugin will have a compressor too, maybe a channelstrip?
The beta sounds very very good, but it's a little buggy with Wavelab and Nuendo now.
Cheers and keep the great work... David.
PD: have u think in a tape emulation plugin to insert in all tracks? and in a summing algorythm stand-alone program? All DAW mixers don't sound like the expensive analog ones.... ;-)
Are you talking about the UAD-1 plugin you need external hardware to run ? Or is it something else...what is the web link ?
No... A little EQ experiment by Aleksey called Pulteque. Maybe he will change the name to avoid problems with legal patents.
Ha Ha - I see - I like the sound of this already, count me in... kylen
PS I like your summing comment too.
Hope you are talking about this one: https://www.voxengo.com/temp/VoxengoPultequeA.dll
I'm wondering, what's buggy with it?
As for 'tape emulation', currently I don't have any idea how it could work...
Hi Aleksey... It doesn't change the sound and I'm tweaking the knobs.
The same in Nuendo, only a few times.
Are You still working on this, Aleksey ??
Holy Smoke that thing sounds good - I'm not usin it anymore cause the demo protection makes me grit my teeth !
I installed it using Directixer, I'm using the Peak setting - I can't get the shelves to work. What the heck is open,closed, and semi ? I'm just a poor boy a long way from home - I've never touched a Pultec so I wouldn't know what that stuff is.
Boy that thing sounds good ! Gawd ! I spent Sunday re-balancing a mix and this thing just picked it up ripped it in half and put it back together...with 4 bands no less...
First of all, it won't work with mono signals. You have to use stereo material.
It also does not implement shelving filters (only a place hold for these is there).
Jan, I've left this one for the near future. I still have a couple of things to do with Redunoise.
Open/Semi/Closed is a switch which selects the internal 'transfer function' for the filters (these filters are dynamic by their nature). Generall, the 'Close' mode will give you a very slight change, and you'll end up with a very 'tight' sounding equalization. 'Open' mode gives sound very close to an ordinary hardware EQs (yeah, that 'cheap' sound). But it's still different.
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