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URS Releases FullTec EQ in AudioUnits/VST Formats

The URS FullTec is a five band Program Equalizer. One band digitally recreates the Pulteq EQP-1's low frequency shelving with simultaneous boost and attenuation. Three bands of peak equalization recreate the midrange boost and attenuation of the Pultec MEQ-5 and the high frequency boost of the Pultec EQP-1a. Each peak EQ band has it's own bandwidth Q control...

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URS (Unique Recording Software) has released v1.0 of the URS FullTec 5 Band Program EQ in Audio Units and VST PC/Mac formats, and also announced a new promotion for May.

The URS FullTec is a five band Program Equalizer. One band digitally recreates the Pulteq EQP-1's low frequency shelving with simultaneous boost and attenuation. Three bands of peak equalization recreate the midrange boost and attenuation of the Pultec MEQ-5 and the high frequency boost of the Pultec EQP-1a. Each peak EQ band has it's own bandwidth Q control. The fifth band features high frequency shelving with simultaneous boost and attenuation.

Pricing:

  • TDM, RTAS, Audio Units, VST - Mac OS X, Mac OS9, Windows XP $499.99 (USD)
  • Native - RTAS, Audio Units, VST - Mac OS X, Mac OS9, Windows XP $249.99 (USD)

As part of URS' "I'll EQ you in May" special, BLT Native owners can upgrade to the FullTec Native version for $199.99, and BLT TDM users can upgrade to FullTec TDM for $399. Additional upgrade offers for BLT owners are available as well.

For more information, visit their web site at www.ursplugins.co

By our press release coordinator Monday June 20, 2005
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