EQ

Each EQ (equalizer) device is a set of parallel frequency-specific processors (for example, like a low band and high band) that operate on its incoming audio signals.

EQ+

A parametric equalizer of up to eight bands, with a unique, rainbow-y graphical interface. There are fourteen available modes for each band, global frequency Shift and Gain controls, an Adaptive-Q option (to proportionately scale Q values as gain increases), an option to display a Reference track within the spectrum display, and unique layouts in the Device Panel, Inspector Panel, and Expanded Device View.

There are also a number of mouse gestures for adding a band with a specific mode:

  • Peak filters are added by double-clicking at the current mouse cursor position.

  • Low-/high-shelf filters are added by dragging the left/right edges of the EQ curve.

  • Low-/high-cut filters are added by dragging the left/right edges of the EQ graph (off the curve).

  • Notch filters are added by dragging the lower edge of the EQ graph.

Different mouse cursors are shown to identify each interaction's filter mode.

EQ-2

A two-band parametric equalizer with resonant filter modes and a graphical interface.

EQ-5

A five-band parametric equalizer with resonant filter modes and a graphical interface. The device also has global controls to morph the strength (Amount) and placement ( Shift) of the EQ curve.

EQ-DJ

A three-band equalizer with definable crossover frequencies and mute controls for each band.

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