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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:
Dynamic EQ for PowerCore is shipping at EUR 430 Ex.VAT.
For more information, visit their web site at www.tcelectronic.co