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Which eq? Equalizer Plugins
Old 4th July 2017
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Question Which eq?


I am proud owner of FF Pro-Q2...But since this is extremely clean eq, I would need some eq which adds a bit of color, as final eq in the chain or channels and busses!

As I mostly produce electronic (edm) music...I would need an eq for adding weight and sharpness to lows (kicks and bass lines) without sounding to loose, eq for leads for adding mid presence without sounding to harsh and an eq for top end to make track sound clear but not ear pearcing.

Eqs should be low on aliasing and not mess with phase too much.

Any recommendations?

Hopefully I dont ask too much!

Old 4th July 2017
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You could be interested in Diamond EQ by Acustica Audio / Studio DMI. Demo it.
Old 4th July 2017
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Thx, I will demo it! Any other suggestions?
Old 4th July 2017
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SoftTube Focusing EQ and Avedis E27 are my go-tos (alongside FF, of course).
Old 4th July 2017
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The TDR Slick EQ has 4 modes, so you can easily flip through and see which color suits a given task. The Soviet setting is really nice to make things pop out just a bit. I tend to use that one for solos. The others all sound good too.

The Waves API have a good "hard/punchy" thing and the T-racks Pultec in nice for rounding things out.
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