DMG Audio EQuilibrium equalizer plugin updated to v
For some people, everything else comes second to the way an EQ sounds, whether that means accurately recreating some treasured piece of vintage gear or imposing the most transparent possible tonal correction. For others, it’s the user interface that is of primary importance, enabling them to get the right results as fast as possible. Still others prize flexibility above all, seeking tools that can do everything from super-narrow notch filters to obscure resonant shelves.
DMG Audio updates EQuilibrium equalizer plugin to v1.03
FabFilter aren’t trying to do the same thing a more appropriate plugin comparison would be to Waves H-EQ. That may be true that’s it quicker to find in your plugin folder , but there is a lot more going on in an API than just the EQ curves that are on offer from DMG.
To me, if you only use the Q-behavior from an API, you’re missing half the magic. You do have a point. Maybe its newitus I’ve caught. Its not the curves on DMG I’m going for – they are a bonus though, I’m not truly bothered if they sound exactly the same, that’s not why I use this EQ. I needed a top, high quality easy to use, and very intuitive EQ for just general purposes and pre-master dribble – I own Pro Q-2, it was my goto for general purpose but this has blew it away.
Just my opinion on what I prefer. Hey man I use stock EQ when it’s screaming “you only need stock”. Otherwise leave it. Funny you mentioned API as I’m about to embark on a 10 band buy, but using the copy uad and you bringing it up now I might change my mind! The hardware purchase It makes a huge difference when tracking for sure, I’ve done a lot of thinking but yea, I feel for tracking it’ll help me get my sound pretty tight.
I love the sound of API and Neve man. Very nice and that’s the only time I personally will splash out on the hardware That is looking at it from my perspective, yours will differ. That’s left me a lot of play room. The propagation to all instances is a nice feature and having instances linked so I can view their graph in any instance is, well its not a deal breaker feature but it’s there if I want it and it helps a lot.
Being able to strip the UI down so we’re dealing with one small set of options is also a nice feature. DSP rendering options are great and the Pro Q-2 type algorithms to choose from are great too, dare I say it I feel they trump Pro Q-2 algorithms – for me that’s what matters. The sound quality as I have enough character shaping stuff when needed.
Being able to use multiple curves in one instance and as easy as hovering over the frequency point and selecting whatever curve I want is a nifty feature. There are many things about it that just make sense. Not overwhelming at all. Just provides options and I do the rest and then those options are hidden from sight unless I have to use them again.
If that’s what you want then this is for you. If not it’s just a case of find what works. With that mentioned you can pretty much perform the same actions in a similar Pro Q-2 fashion by hovering over the frequency points. Thats a quick workflow. But more. Personally I dont care if its an approximation of whatever curve, if it sounds good – which it does – then API, SSL whatever it’s meant to be a clone of, its done well. I see it as DMG and a digital EQ that sounds good – and it makes no lies about being digital and embracing the digital realm.
That’s the point of the EQ. It seems to be a quick tool to achieve quick, quality results. Multiple curve algorithms in one instance regardless if they are exact is appealing and useful. As I said if you haven’t demoed it then maybe demo it! When I want an emulation of hardware that’s an approximate sound of the thing its emulating I’ll use UAD. If I really want that sound I’ll buy the real thing. If these uad sound close to what its meant to sound like then that’s a wee bonus. They are the reason I’ll be buying hardware to track, which is ironic to say the least.
One that fits the bill for me. It really does feel like an upgraded Pro Q-2 but that’s all I have to compare it against. But Pro Q-2 it definitely feels like, maybe its the way I’ve it setup for me, but it does feel like an upgraded Pro Q All I can say is this; use it for what it is. Its a digital EQ that does what its meant to be doing and does it very well.
Just stuck this up man to share a good EQ suggestion. If you don’t dig it or anyone else doesn’t its ok. It’s not for everyone. But it’s for me, simplicity and speedy workflow but still sounds bafflingly good! So API might be a better purchase for tracking with!
Thanks for the unintended hint towards that lol. Last edited by caustix; 16th October at
Developer: DMG Audio Developer website: DMG Audio Format: VST, VST3, RTAS, AAX * (PT from AudioUTOPiA) Digit capacity: 32bit, 64bit. DMG Audio: VST/AU EQ, Compression & Dynamic Processing Testing this plug – in for few days now and I must say I am totally impressed with. It works well, but I was wondering if going with a 3rd party graphic EQ, like DMG EQuilibrium, or something similar might be beneficial because.
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FabFilter aren’t trying to do the same thing a more appropriate plugin comparison would be to Waves H-EQ. That may be true that’s it quicker to find in your plugin folder , but there is a lot more going on in an API than just the EQ curves that are on offer from DMG. To me, if you only use the Q-behavior from an API, you’re missing half the magic. You do have a point. Maybe its newitus I’ve caught.
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