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Yet another update for Voxengo's GlissEQ, an analog-style equalizer in PC VST plug-in format, is now available for download.
This version improves processing efficiency of the filters when they are working in the Dyn 0 mode. Other updates include two new spectrum update speed options that allow you to have an even faster spectrum display response; bar graph spectrum display modes implemented which transform GlissEQ into 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, etc. octave spectrum analyzer.
GlissEQ offers a built-in FFT spectrum analyzer with an internal 'export' functionality which makes interchannel spectrum overlays possible. Using spectrum overlays you can see how instruments on different audio tracks spectrally interact with each other. This can help you to free frequency ranges in one track to allow the instrument in another track occupying these frequencies breathe.
Voxengo GlissEQ features:
Voxengo GlissEQ VST is available in several bundles and as a single on-line purchase for USD 79.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com