Acon Digital Equalize v1.2.2 [WiN-OSX] Incl Keygen-R2R
Soft / VST Instruments 24-10-2016
Acon Digital Equalize v1.2.2 [WiN-OSX] Incl Keygen-R2R
Acon Digital Equalize is a parametric equalizer plug-in that combines unique features with excellent workflow and an intuitive user interface. Unlike other equalizers, you can freely adjust not only center frequency, gain and bandwidths, but also the filter slope for each band. The filter slope can be set anywhere from 3 dB to ultra-sharp 120 dB per octave. Needless to say, you can operate Equalize as a zero latency plug-in when using the minimum phase mode or choose to preserve the phase relationships in the linear phase mode. 

Highlights

Up to twelve independent bands
Freely adjustable gain, frequency, bandwidth and filter slope
Three different phase modes, including the novel mixed phase mode
Choose channel mode for each band independently (mid, side, left, right or full processing)

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12 independent filter bands, extended frequency range 10Hz - 48kHz
17 filter types, analog/digital design, zero delay IIR
filter slope up to 96dB
independent stereo/left/right/mid/side processing per band
7 processing modes: zero latency, minimum/linear phase
stereo/MS processing (e.g. stereo/mono split)
sample rates up to 192 kHz
"real" over sampling, up to 4x
hi-res spectrum analyzer with 32k FFT based ISO R40 frequencies
pre/post-EQ, average/live spectrum, stereo/left/right/mid/side
narrow-band sweeping mode
spectrum freeze mode
very easy alignment of filter response curve to audio spectrum
sample exact A/B toggle for all processing modes
precise parameter input
large and easy to use GUI
interactive spectrum/EQ display
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64-bit internal processing
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Great care has been taken to provide a user interface that is straight forward to use. Band parameters can be adjusted using handles directly in the graphical representation of the frequency response, including bandwidths and filter slopes. A flexible real-time analyzer lets you monitor every aspect of the processing. You can easily switch between full, mid, side, left or right channel processing for each band and Equalize automatically routes the audio signal internally to ensure the best results and lowest possible latency.

Highlights
Up to twelve independent bands
Freely adjustable gain, frequency, bandwidth, resonance and filter slope
Three different phase modes, including the novel mixed phase mode
Choose channel mode for each band independently (mid, side, left, right or full processing)
Acon Digital Equalize is available for both Windows (PC) and OS X (Macintosh). Both 32 and 64 bit versions are available, and the plug-in formats VST, AAX and Audio Units (OS X only) are supported.