Although less well known today than the Pultec EQP‑1A, the versatility of LANG’s valve‑less PEQ‑2 won it plenty of admirers.
The audio examples available on this page accompany my review of the LANG PEQ-2 equaliser by Heritage Audio. This recreation...
Sonible’s AI‑based EQ processing just got easier to use and more affordable.
For the first time, the Red and Blue bands of RND’s popular Silk circuit can be used together in the same device — but there’s more to the MBT than purple Silk!
Each band of this mastering‑grade module can process the Mid, Sides or stereo signal.
It’s equalisation, Jim... but not as we know it!
Magma offers a one‑stop shop for analogue‑style attitude and warmth.
Pope Audio have now developed a dual‑channel 19‑inch rackmount version, the BAX 2020R.
Some love a Pultec. Others prefer a Neumann or a Lang. Marshall Terry decided to combine his favourite aspects of these much‑loved equalisers in one box!
Billed as an instant mastering device for on‑stage use, the DOCtron IMC could well be an entirely new class of audio processor.
Its combination of ‘See‑Saw’ band and filters make this classy EQ really versatile.
Compatible with both the 500‑series and the 51X modular formats, these classy Allan Bradford‑designed modules offer up analogue magic in spades.
Looking to add movement to your sounds? Look no further!
Pulsar train their modelling sights on Manley’s mighty Massive Passive.
Golden Age’s new Premier series of Neve‑inspired devices get even closer to the real thing.
The second plug‑in in KIT’s Blackbird range aims to bring a little Motown magic to your DAW.
We check out this painstaking recreation of the rare and coveted Motown equaliser.
Many of the best‑loved classic equalisers used a passive inductor‑capacitor (L‑C) circuit, in most...
This classy EQ marries vintage tone with the convenience of software control.
Tilt! is a neat and genuinely useful plug‑in which offers a pair of modelled shelving filters, each with a switchable turnover frequency.
A stunning overhaul of SSL’s bus compressor, the Bus+ goes much further than most imitators without sophistication undermining ease of use.
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