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A new version of Voxengo's GlissEQ dynamic equalizer with real-time interchannel spectrum overlays is now available for download.
This version features several minor improvements: a small rearrangement of the Import and EQ mode buttons introduced; GlissEQ now features input-output RMS difference counter.
The most useful improvement is that now state of both Mute and Solo switches of the filters is reflected on the frequency response plot. This may help you to remember which filters you should unmute or unsolo if they were previously muted or soloed.
Voxengo GlissEQ features:
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