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TC Electronic Ships Dynamic EQ for PowerCore

First announced last year, TC Electronic is now shipping the Dynamic EQ, the new mixing and mastering plug-in exclusive to the PowerCore platform...

June 21, 2004

First announced last year, TC Electronic is now shipping the Dynamic EQ, the new mixing and mastering plug-in exclusive to the PowerCore platform.

This new EQ tool offers up to four definable bands, which can work in static or dynamic mode, or in a combination of both. Also, each of the bands can be configured as a parametric EQ or a high/low shelving filter.

This virtual processor eliminates the shortcomings of static EQ by providing a marriage between dynamic processing and EQ. Included Sidechain bands, which are independent of the processing bands, enable the high frequency content of a mix to control the low-end and vice versa. All processing is in 48-bit double precision, and may even be used in a phase linear mode, for much more transparent results.

Feature Summary:
• Phase linear
• 48-Bit double precision processing
• Up to 4 bands
• Independent sidechain and processing frequencies
• Inverse mode (processing underneath threshold)
• Processing can be static or dynamic

Dynamic EQ for PowerCore is shipping at EUR 430 Ex.VAT.

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

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004