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September 3, 2004
URS (Unique Recording Software) announced their entry level plug-in, the URS BLT EQ. The BLT was originally designed as a low priced entry level EQ for MBox, Digi002, Digi002R and Digi001 users, but can also be used to quickly shape a track or mix with low DSP usage.
The URS BLT is a two band Program Equalizer, using URS' favorite bass and treble curves for quick track or mix sweetening. The interface provides access to one band of bass shelving fixed at 100Hz with boost and attenuation controls, a level control with boost and attenuation to get the right amount of loudness, and one band of treble shelving fixed at 5kHz with boost and attenuation.
Pricing and Availability
The BLT EQ TDM version lists for $199.99 and includes TDM, RTAS, and AudioSuite for Macintosh OSX and OS9 and Windows XP. The BLT EQ Native version lists for $99.99 and includes RTAS and AudioSuite for Macintosh OSX and OS9 and Windows XP.
URS is also holding an "I'll EQ you in September" promotion. During the month of September, the URS BLT can be purchased online for the introductory price of $49.99 Native and $99.99 TDM.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ursplugins.com