Re: EQ plug-ins


Subject: Re: EQ plug-ins
From: Ryan Supak (ryansupak@gmail.com)
Date: Fri Sep 30 2005 - 16:50:43 EDT


I like:

NyquistEQ by Smartelectronix (free, but they make some of the best plugins
at any price)

for Windows, there's a nice-sounding one called ParisEQ, which is modelled
after the board EQ of the Ensoniq Paris mixing system.

hth,
rs

On 9/30/05, Morgan Sutherland <skiptracer@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I use the elemental audio Eqium EQ and Neodynium compressor. The
> philosophy is versatility and control in addition to good sound. I
> really don't know how they compare to other stuff... sound great to
> me, but the versatility is great. And if you haven't seen neodynium,
> you need to check it out. Multiple layers of compression. It is a huge
> innovation in compressors.
>
> On 9/30/05, Dominique Bassal <dominique.bassal@videotron.ca > wrote:
> > Sonalksis are the cleanest sounding in my monitoring.
> >
> > Best
> >
> > Le 05-09-30, à 05:21, Ian Stewart a écrit :
> >
> > > Has anyone with good monitoring done comparison tests of various
> > > software EQs? I'd be interested to hear opinions about EQs available
> > > as ProTools inserts, with sound quality being the most important
> > > criterion. Specifically, any thoughts on:
> > > -Waves EQ;
> > > -AudioEase Periscope;
> > > -Sonalksis EQ;
> > > -GRM Tools EQ;
> > > or other possiblities? Thanks and all the best,
> > > Ian
> >
> > - -
> >
> > Dominique Bassal
> >
> >
> >
>
>



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