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PSPaudioware upgrade PSP ConsoleQ plug-in

Console-inspired EQ gains spectrum analyser

PSPaudioware PSP ConsoleQ v2 analogue console emulation equaliser plug-in

PSPaudioware have released an updated version of their PSP ConsoleQ EQ plug-in. Both its looks and functionality have been enhanced, with a new spectrum analyser view accompanied by additional operation options and an overhauled preset system.

PSP ConsoleQ is now kitted out with a 31-band spectrum analyser, providing detailed frequency and level information for each band. A frequency plot derived from the plug-in’s settings is displayed over the top of the analyser, and can also be used to adjust parameters; precise adjustments can be made by holding the Shift key whilst clicking and dragging.

The AAX version of the plug-in features a new engine that offers improved stability on both Windows and macOS systems, and now offers four possible configurations: Mono, for mono tracks; Mono-Stereo, for use on mono tracks; Multi-Mono, for stereo or surround tracks; and Multi-Channel, for stereo tracks.

An improved version of the PSP Preset bar improves the process of browsing and loading presets, and the company have also added a selection of new presets. The GUI size is now adjustable, and an option for floating hints explaining each control has been introduced.


PSP ConsoleQ v2 is supported on PCs running Windows 7 and above, and Macs running macOS 10.12 or higher. VST, VST3, AU and AAX plug-in versions are available. There is also now native support for Apple Silicon processors. Authorisation is carried out via PACE’s iLok system, and the plug-in supports the use of either dongle or machine-based licences.

Pricing & Availability

PSP ConsoleQ v2 is available now, priced at $69. Those who own v1 are eligible for a free upgrade.

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