CDSoundMaster is pleased to announce the release of The COOLTEC MEQ-5 MID-RANGE PROGRAM EQUALIZER VST PLUG-IN SUITE FOR WINDOWS PC!
THE COOLTEC MEQ-5 MID-RANGE PROGRAM EQUALIZER VST allows you to record through an original, fully restored, vintage 'Cooltec' MEQ-5 Mid-Range Equalizer. This MEQ-5 is an all-tube passive unit with massive Triad Transformers and classic Vacuum Tubes and all original parts, inductors, and everything in between.
The original analog vacuum tube hardware program equalizer that inspires this music software VST Plug-In was created for the range of frequencies from low mids to upper mids.
In addition to the standard frequencies and controls, you are also provided with a Plug-in instance that makes the famous "boost/cut" effect that the 'Cooltec' is famous for even easier to achieve! Only frequencies that share peak and dip selectors are combined into simultaneous boost and cut in a Plug-in that combines this feature into a single selector knob. You are also provided with signal electronics settings in a single Plug-in that lets you load the 'Cooltec' just for the special, unique tube and transformer sound, focusing all cpu on 10 orders of harmonics at multiple dynamic layers. [url] http://cdsoundmaster.com/site/cds-softw ... 5-VST.html[/url]
If you already have the "MEQ-5" for Nebula Pro, you can get The COOLTEC MEQ-5 MID-RANGE PROGRAM EQUALIZER VST PLUG-IN SUITE FOR WINDOWS PC for only $19 (Regularly $79 Stand Alone). Please let us know the email that was used to make your purchase.
If you are interested in The "MEQ-5" for Nebula Pro, email us for your special discount and let us know if you would also like the new VST.
Thanks so much Yes, it is the identical quality to the program library. The cpu is consistent with the "Reverb" instance of Nebula. Actual cpu depends on the settings in your Nebula "MAST" page. The VST xml's can be edited to further tweak if necessary.
sfabs wrote:Hi Michael
Looks great from the screen shots... any differences from the Nebula version which I have of yours (and love by the way!!).
Is the quality exactly the same? is it less strenuous on CPU than the Neb version?