In a nutshell, TB Equalizer is a versatile EQ featuring both digital and analog filter prototypes.
TB Equalizer lets you analyze different channel modes. Each of the 6 filter sections can be configured to run as low cut, low shelf, digital bell shape, analog bell shape, high shelf, and high cut filter with variable filter gain, frequency and quality.
Each filter section can also be configured to run in stereo, left only, right only, mid only, or side only. The overall equalizer curve can be morphed between 100% and -100% continuously.
TB Equalizer has an integrated spectrum analyzer that can display overall power spectrum, left/right pan, and spatial ‘width’ expressed as the ratio of side over mid signal.
Here are some key features of "TB Equalizer":
· Zero-latency processing
· Stereo design with 6 fully configurable, sequential filter sections
· Each filter section has 6 different filter types
· Each filter section can operate on 5 different channel configurations
· Gain of -20 to +20 dB for each filter section
· Filter quality adjustable between 0.1 and 10
· Overall output gain control
· Support of all sampling rates from 44.1 to 192 kHz
· Integrated power spectrum analyzer
· Integrated spectral pan and spectral ‘width’ analyzer
· Equalizer curve can be continuously morphed between -100 and 100% gain.
· Based on the VST 2.4 specification to allow compatibility with virtually all host programs
· VST 2.4 or AU host
· 1 GHz or higher processor
· Parameter communication between the plugin and the host is disabled.
· The settings will not be stored with your audio project by the host program.
· Parameter automation may not work appropriately for trial versions.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added check marks to drop-down menus
· Added control and alt key modifiers to lock x/y-only movement for nodes
· Added snap to zero functionality for nodes
· Various GUI redraw CPU complexity reductions
· Slightly increased font size in almost all plugins for better readability on high-resolution screens
· Modified GUI color schemes; filter section control colors are now context dependent
· Improved octave-based averaging in frequency analyzer
· Doubled frequency resolution of the frequency analyser