X-EQ is an open and transparent sounding parametric EQ that provides the user with a truly comprehensive range of EQ tools within an intuitive user interface. X-EQ is exceptionally flexible with the ability to be surgically precise for mastering duties or to smooth and sculpt for everyday audio production and is particularly suited to real time manipulation for dramatic filter sweep effects. X-EQ is at first glance a 10 band parametric EQ, but each of the 10 EQ bands can be selected to provide a different type of EQ, making X-EQ a vast range of different EQ processors in one package. Bands 1 and 10 are High and Low Filters, each of which can be set to employ one of five different Filter topologies with five very different tonal characters. Bands two and nine are shelving EQ’s with a Q range that extend right up to 10.3 and a degree of undershoot and overshoot at higher Q settings that give a unique tonal character. The remaining six bands are all Bell EQ’s with a choice of nine different EQ types providing a comprehensive range of response curves. All Shelving & Bell bands can operate across a full 20Hz-20kHz frequency range with a powerful gain range of +/-20dB. All of the Bell bands can also be switched from the usual serial signal flow of a parametric EQ to the parallel signal flow of a graphic equalizer.
Been following this thread interested in seeing who are having issues with PT9. I crossgraded and activated all licenses for my 3 plugs but X-eq will not work in MONO, it loads in stereo but says its not licensed if in mono mode. Has it something todo with the wrapper. Have you got any workarounds?
...$149.99 per year via the Gobbler Platform. The complete SSL Native v6 Bundle includes Channelstrip, Vocalstrip, Drumstrip, Bus Compressor, X-Phase, X-EQ, X-Comp, X-ValveComp, and X-Saturator, and is available in AAX, VST3 / VST 2, and AU formats. SSL Native Plug-ins | Solid State Logic
Good summary - I remember these issues well as I had them identically. Have you tried the newish Brainworx SSL E? I wonder what SSL fans think of it compared to Duende. The TMT component tolerance concept intrigues, and I notice the BX SSL-E plugin is on sale today only for $49, which...
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