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HarmoniEQ VST 1.1 Update Released

Sunday April 03, 2005
This version features a range of improvements: the standard Voxengo 'Quality' switch has been added; overall sound has been changed a bit to provide a better sonic performance; linear-phase mode implemented which affects internal oversampling only (this does not affect the filters)...
HarmoniEQ VST 1.1 Update Released

Voxengo has released version 1.1 of their harmonically-enhanced equalizer in PC VST plug-in format--HarmoniEQ.

This version features a range of improvements: the standard Voxengo 'Quality' switch has been added; overall sound has been changed a bit to provide a better sonic performance; linear-phase mode implemented which affects internal oversampling only (this does not affect the filters).

The most valuable addition to HarmoniEQ is the 'Sound' mode switch. You can now switch between the Normal, Soft and Phasy sound modes. The 'Normal' mode selects the original sound. The 'Soft' mode is a combination of the original 'Normal' sound mode but with a slightly softer overall feel. And finally, the 'Phasy' mode is the most interesting sound mode of the three available. This 'Phasy' mode imparts a heavy phase shifting which creates a classic 'in your face' equalizing sound. Several new presets have been added as well.

Voxengo HarmoniEQ features:

  • 4 bell-shaped filter bands
  • Low-shelf filter band
  • 2 high-shelf filter bands
  • Three different EQ sound modes
  • Special Boost mode
  • Special Woofer mode
  • "A-to-B" comparisons
  • Factory presets
  • Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
  • Any sample rate is supported
  • Internal 64-bit processing
  • Native assembler DSP code

HarmoniEQ is available on-line for USD 99.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com

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