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Below you’ll find two general purpose presets for the excellent TDR Nova GE PlugIn. If you did not tried it yet, check out the free “standard edition” over there at TDR. It’s based on Vlad’s Nova 67P freeware and Vlad and Fabien really did some magic with the Nova – a sort of Nova 67P reloaded. [Read more…]
Just in case you’ve missed it: It contains a very new WYSIWYG display and analyzer mode but also another “Funky” Output Stage Mode. Highly recommended!
Downlowd your copy here!
Why do you want to use stepped controls in an equalizer? I see 2 possible reasons:
- To quickly adjust the sound you like (something like a coarse tuning before the fine tuning)
- To quickly match 2 instances of the plugin
Probably you didn’t know that SlickEQ supports stepped controls by right mouse drag or Ctrl + mouse drag on knobs.
This is how the snap points are defined by default:
And now the secret information. The snap points can be changed! Unfortunately it doesn’t work per-preset basis but only as global setting.
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Here is my go-to mastering preset for Kotelnikov GE. Just change the threshold and you are there.
<TDRKotelnikovGE thresholdParam=”-24.0″ peakCrestParam=”-3.0″ softKneeParam=”6.0″ ratioParam=”3.0″ attackParam=”6.0″ releasePeakParam=”20″ releaseRMSParam=”300″ makeUpParam=”0.0″ dryMixParam=”off” outGainParam=”0.0″ keyHPFrequencyParam=”60″ keyHPSlopeParam=”6.0″ keyStereoDiffParam=”80″ keyStereoBalanceParam=”Center” fdrVisibleParam=”On” fdrActiveParam=”On” fdrTypeParam=”Shelf A” fdrFrequencyParam=”50″ fdrAmountParam=”80″ yingParam=”On” yangParam=”Off” deltaParam=”Off” bypassParam=”Off” equalLoudParam=”Off” qualityParam=”Insane” modeParam=”Stereo” grDispScaleParam=”4″ grDispModeParam=”Gain Reduction”/>
A must read for EQ aficionados
Thanks Vlad for sharing!
Okay, this is my first try to make some kind of classification of digital equalizers. It’s mostly based on some defects or features they have in their responses. These defects or features give digital equalizers their unique sound. Sometimes they sound “digital” in bad meaning of this word (i.e. “harsh”) but the other side of digital sound is clean, pristine and maybe too cold sometimes. I don’t have much time to make this classification really glossy so it’s some kind of a draft.
In my opinion there’re 7 main properties of digital equalizers, which affect their sound:
- Frequency response behavior near Nyquist frequency
- Phase response behavior near Nyquist frequency
- Frequency response ringing
- Types of Curves
- Time domain response
Now I’m going to try to illustrate possible cases for each property by some images mostly created by VST Plugin Analyzer. All pictures were created at 44.1 kHz sample rate…
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Binaries/installers for SlickEQ standard can be downloaded from here:
The binaries for the GE edition are now available in the customer area at tokyodawn.net.
This minor update fixes several little bugs, greatly reduces general CPU consumption and even adds a new “ECO” processing mode.
1.1.0 Minor update content
- New “Eco” processing mode with almost zero latency
- Reduced overall CPU usage
- Stepped frequency/gain knobs activated by ctrl+drag or right mouse button drag
- Increased user presets slots count
- Minor UI adjustments
- Various minor improvements