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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby thomasd » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:48 pm

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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby thomasd » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:48 pm

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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby Tim Petherick » Sun Jan 31, 2016 10:30 pm

It maybe a bit off subject but check out soundradix plugins, they have something called surfer eq which is pretty unique. They are not trying to do the analog thing, ithink it's good to mix it up a bit.

their other plugs are even greater, for years I used their PI and auto align, PI is very innovative, it does not work on everything but can sometimes resolve crazy phase issues. It does not work well on Chords but on solo instruments and drums it's great!
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby Puranon » Tue Mar 22, 2016 2:04 am

How about the new modeled E27 Eq from PSP?
http://www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/equalizers/psp_e27/
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby jfjer379@gmail.com » Tue Mar 22, 2016 9:27 am

Hoser XT from boz digital is really really good sounding for an algo
it stand out from the rest of the algos to my ears and this one can boost nice too, its ZL and pretty low on cpu + it wont ruin your acustica analogousness like most algo eq`s do

but i would like to see more digital eq`s actually doing something different and rather play on the strengths of digital and doing things analog cant like the surfer eq from sound radix that Tim P just mentioned

acustica and the 3rd party developers for Nebula gives the analog sound
so for analog sound im good and home with Acquas and Nebula :)
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby SWAN » Tue Mar 22, 2016 1:15 pm

yes there is a new generation of algo EQ - and they are still shite... ;)

I like a good clean algo EQ for cut detailed filtering with a freq analyser (pro Q or Live 9 EQ8), but for adding character and power just use Acustica EQ to make a nice mix 8-)
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby hwasser » Fri Apr 01, 2016 6:43 pm

Hmm. I went to using Nebula and other "analog" EQs for all inserts for a while, then gone back to Equality and found a good balance. First equality, fixing all the problems and the use "Analog" ones for special task. Fat lows, silky highs, bite or whatever. A 5500 at 5-8 khz to get bite to guitars. The W95 for high shelves, best high shelf, damn! AlexB White EQ for vocals.. all the time recently actually. Wow.. it is punchy, got bite and makes everything smooth at the same time..

I had a project with some weak, boring vocals. Added 2 db around 120 hz, some db at 7 khz (and cleared some mids) and it got open och punchy. I might have added some air too, don't remember.

For newest generation, yes, they are much better now and I would recommend equality och equalibrum as bread and butter and nebula for the rest.
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby davidgary73 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 3:36 am

jfjer379@gmail.com wrote:Hoser XT from boz digital is really really good sounding for an algo
it stand out from the rest of the algos to my ears and this one can boost nice too, its ZL and pretty low on cpu + it wont ruin your acustica analogousness like most algo eq`s do

but i would like to see more digital eq`s actually doing something different and rather play on the strengths of digital and doing things analog cant like the surfer eq from sound radix that Tim P just mentioned

acustica and the 3rd party developers for Nebula gives the analog sound
so for analog sound im good and home with Acquas and Nebula :)


+1 for Hoser XT. Really great EQ to work with along side Acqua or Nebs :)
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby jfjer379@gmail.com » Sat Apr 02, 2016 6:05 am

i completely agree on my own post and yours David :lol:

the Hoser is actually a really really good sounding algo
try it folks you might be surprised how good this sounds,
i had a hard time believing it didn't sounded like shit beside the acquas the first time i tried it
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Postby Brian » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:53 pm

As several others mentioned, the NovaGE EQ is pretty great, it's a very useful and well-designed dynamic option.

I tried the PSP E27 and thought it was really nice sounding. I'm not sure if I'll pick that up though, as I'm more interested in investing in Nebula libraries or Acquas at that pricepoint.

I very much like the workflow of the E27 though - from the interface to the frequency choices and gain/Q relationship.
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