Are the ThrillerEQ & Optron 3A any good ?
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Are the ThrillerEQ & Optron 3A any good ?

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They're free; you should try them and decide for yourself.
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Hmmm, I've missed totally that SSL-ish eq. Anyone actually tried it or used it?
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They're all fine plugins, but nowhere near the gear they're trying to emulate.
But they are usable.
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I really think that in many ways that the interface is most important part of an eq. I love the SSL layout, and the Harrison looks like it might be even better.

Having a high and low shelf, HPF/LPF, and a couple of parametric mids has become a minimum for me. I'll mess with some other eq (Stilwell leaps to mind) thinking to add some 'color' and I always end up back with the SSL.
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