GlissEQ is an analog-style equalizer in PC VST plug-in format. The most interesting thing GlissEQ offers is its dynamic equalization performance. Using almost any existing equalizer you always get what you have set: if you specify a +6 dB boost at 100 Hz you get exactly a +6 dB boost at 100 Hz, also visible on the spectrum analyser.
GlissEQ offers a slightly different approach. When you specify +6 dB at 100 Hz you don't necessarily get +6 dB of gain. Actual filter gain is adjusted dynamically according to the program material you are performing filtering on.
Such 'dynamic nature' of GlissEQ gives you a much more friendly, assisting filtering experience. Boosting up the highs will not necessarily create the fatiguing effect of overload. Instead, you will get a pleasant transient-emphasizing effect bringing life and dimension to your track: here GlissEQ sounds simply musical.
This transient emphasizing works for every frequency you tune the filter to: it can be useful at the lower and the mid frequencies to give more punch to the track. Moreover, the strength of transient emphasizing and the overall filter gain adjustment can be controlled with a special 'Dyn' control. In reality, this 'Dyn' control adds a whole new dimension to the equalizer as you know it!
Voxengo GlissEQ features:
- The most convenient GUI
- Five filter bands
- Five filter types
- High quality mode
- "A-to-B" comparisons
- Highly optimized assembler DSP
- Stereo-to-Stereo processing mode
- Any sample rate is supported
- Factory presets
- 64-bit internal precision
Don't miss the introductory price which is US$59 only. You can also check our "Voxengo Colouring Suite" which is composed of GlissEQ and Lampthruster tube pre-amp simulation plug-in. Information and downloads at the Voxengo web site: https://www.voxengo.com
I downloaded the demo and it does nothing..no mater what preset I try or frequency I move and/or adjust..it has no effect whatsoever.
I'm really looking forward to hearing this eq..
OK - you've got my attention GlissEQ looks like it would be very cool - maybe to get some bass 'bloom' happening among other things in my re-balancing lab.
You guys are leaving me in the dust though - I'm still learning Redunoise ! Ha Ha I'll catch up soon enough...
Keep up the great work Aleksey !
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