"Stand By Me " by New Genre Ent.
Two microphone preamplifiers compared at Abbey Road Studio 2 - tube and transistor
If AKG makes a USB microphone, does it mean that the time has come for USB mics?
A very unusual tape recorder used for mastering
When should you start mixing? From the very first track?
Do you have to be creative to impress?
Mic the speaker, or use the line output?
A brief introduction to compression for the home recording studio
Can you record a drum kit entirely with Shure SM57 mics? Barry Rudolph can.
Fixing a problem note with Auto-Tune
July 7, 2004
Spin Audio has released SpinEQ for Windows, a multi-band parametric stereo equalizer plug-in available in a 4- and 10-band version. Each band offers selection of five filter types (Low Pass, High Pass, Low Shelving, High Shelving and Peaking EQs), filter frequency, gain and Q-factor.
SpinEQ 1.0 VST/DX plug-in can be purchased in the SpinAudio OnLine Shop as a part of Essential Plug-ins Bundle that also includes RoomVerb M1, SpinDelay and FX Designer. The Essential Plug-ins Bundle is priced at 95 USD. Registered Essential Plug-ins Bundle users can get to the plug-in for free. A free demo version is available for download as well.
For more information, visit their web site at www.spinaudio.com