The Sonimus SonEQ2 is literally thousands of possibilities in just one plugin.
SonEQ 2 is an innovative modular equalizer that offers users the chance to build their own custom analog EQ right in the DAW. Combine up to 16 of its 5 modules in any way you want. Add, delete, and rearrange the EQ bands and find your perfect sound. Each module has been carefully modeled using the company’s Audio Quality Control Process. They combine the best qualities of several equalizers into one single product, making SonEQ 2 more pleasant and analog sounding.
You can add, remove, and rearrange up to 16 modules in one single instance of the plugin, tailoring your own EQ plugin.
There are 5 SonEQ modules to choose from:
Low band Module: Similar to one of the most famous analog EQs, the low-frequency controls consist of two filters that work interactively. One boosts lows while the other attenuates. Choose from 4 center frequencies: 20, 30, 60, and 100 Hz.
Low-Mid band Module: this band is a bell filter ranging from 45 Hz to 4000 Hz with a generally soft and very musical sound. Engage the HiQ to use the band for a “surgical” treatment.
High-Mid band Module: Ranging from 400 Hz to 9000 Hz, the high-mid band features a larger bandwidth and smoothly shaped bell, making it ideal for this type of frequency equalization.
High Module: taking inspiration from a variety of equalizers famous for their ability to apply a soft and silky sheen to the audio material. SonEQ2’s high boost is great for adding a natural “air” to an individual instrument or an entire mix.
Preamp Module: clean and add warmth to the signal using the filters and drive from the preamp module.
The sonEQ2 is available as an Audio Unit, VST 2.4, VST 3, AAX. All platforms support both 32 and 64-bit operations on Windows. 64 bits on MacOs.
sonEQ2 is on for an intro price of $99 and you can find more info here
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