The new version of Equalize includes two new filter types – tilt and bandpass. It now offers a total of eight different filter types. Just like the previously available filters, both the tilt and bandpass filters offer the unique continuously adjustable filter slopes in the range 3 to 120 dB per octave. The frequency range of the equalizer curve can now be altered conveniently by dragging the edges of the frequency axis or moved by clicking and dragging the center. This makes it possible to zoom in on specific frequency ranges for more precise control. A new preferences page offer user settings such as analyzer resolution and user interface language. Another new feature is the optional piano keyboard display above the frequency axis. Band frequencies can easily be set to match a tone’s frequency by clicking the key on the piano keyboard.
– 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)
– AD 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.
New Features at a Glance:
Two new filter types — tilt and bandpass filters
Adjustable frequency range in the equalizer curve editor
Optional piano keyboard display
EUCON and full Pro Tools HW controller support
New preferences page with spectrum analyzer, tooltip, language and piano roll settings
Spectrum analyzer with adjustable frequency tilt
Since initial 2.0.1 release: 2.0.3:
– Added: Solo mode when clicking and dragging with right mouse button
– Fixed: Adding new bands with double click sometimes influence existing bands
– Fixed: Solo mode doesn’t work when several bands are active
– Fixed: Scaling with multiple bands selected sometimes lost the frequency and gain relationship between the bands.