TREQ v5.0 WiN MAC [FREE]
FREE | 18 February 2021 | 39 MB
The Smoothest Shelf EQ
The low band offers +-15 dB at 60 or 120 Hz for making your kick drums knock and your bass guitars thunder. Keep your low end in check with a switchable 50 Hz high-pass filter. Add brilliance and air to your recordings with the high band, which offers +-15 dB at 8 kHz or 12 kHz – perfect for acoustic guitars and cymbals.
Re-designed whole circuit and optimized code for better processing and low CPU usage.
There is “readout” for knobs with user input!
Note : There is difference between High Mid and Low Mid frequency knobs’ readouts. While Low Mid shows values in Hz, High Mid will show values in kHz. So, you should type value in Hz for Low Mid and kHz for High Mid. For example, 140 for Low Mid to point 140Hz and 1.3 for High Mid to point 1.3kHz. Also, you can use four digits for High Mid. For example, 1.36 or 1.364.
Two variable midrange bands. TREQ captures the classic punchy color and character of the original console EQs. Both the low mid and high mid bands are peaking filters with resonant Q technology for an exceptional musicality. With overlapping frequency ranges from 100 Hz – 1.5 kHz on the low mid-band and 1 kHz – 15 kHz on the high mid-band, TREQ offers plenty of flexibility for sculpting crucial midrange frequencies.
– Switchable High Shelf : 8kHz / 12kHz \/ +/-15dB
– Switchable Low Shelf : 60Hz / 120Hz \/ +/-15dB
– Switchable High Pass Filter : 50Hz
– Sweepable Low Mid : 100Hz to 1500Hz \/ +/-15dB
– Sweepable High Mid : 1kHz to 15kHz \/ +/-15dB
– INPUT & OUTPUT: +/-15dB
– VU METER: Shows output level
ANALOG OBSESSION: This label is clickable. It will turn to red and engage Oversampling (4x)
Version 5.0 – 16.2.2021
– Added Oversampling feature
– Catalina / Big Sur (M1) support
– New GUI
VST/VST3/AU | Mac 10.9 – 11.X
VST/VST3 | Windows 7 – 8 – 10
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