Free Tilt EQ Plug-In

US HOFA 4U+ DynamicTiltEQ uses just one knob for balancing low and high frequencies      14/04/16

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HOFA plugins tells us that the HOFA 4U+ DynamicTiltEQ is the only available freeware Tilt EQ. They say that it can do everything the legendary analogue models could, using just one knob for the perfect balancing of low and high frequencies on the highest audio level.

HOFA says that although they felt that this alone was a fantastic feature, it was not enough to suit their idea, so they brainstormed about the setup of the best Tilt EQ of all times and came up with a list that leaves no wish unfulfilled. The freeware includes:

  • gain/cut up to 24 dB
  • variable tilt width for transparent adjustments as well as musical sound shaping
  • splittable bass and treble tilt
  • low and highcut filter (6 & 12 dB/octave)
  • individual routing for stereo, mid, side left and right processing
  • up to 32x oversampling
  • support for Mac and PC, 32- and 64-bit DAWs

There's also a paid Dynamics upgrade. HOFA says that it's extremely rewarding to activate the dynamics for the low and high range and the integrated analyzer. They tell us that, in combination with parallel processing and a dry/wet control this makes for fascinating creative possibilities.

Pricing and Availability:
The 4U+ DynamicTiltEQ is freeware.
Dynamics upgrade for HOFA 4U+ DynamicTiltEQ has an introductory price of 29,90 € (later 39,90 €)

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