Overtone DSP tells us that, based on the E-Series channel EQ processing from one of the best-known British recording consoles, the EQ4000 comprises high frequency, high-mid, low-mid and low frequency sections. The low and high frequency sections are independently switchable between 'bell' and 'shelf' modes while the mid sections provide fully parametric equalization with variable gain, frequency and Q.
Overtone DSP says that the plug-in was developed by a design team including two former Solid State Logic (SSL) engineers, with detailed understanding of the original hardware. They tell us that it emulates both the earlier 'Brown' (82E02) and later 'Black' (82E242) versions of the original hardware while HF - HMF and LF - LMF cross-linking emulates the control interaction of the original design
Windows / Mac AAX Native for ProTools 11 & 12
Windows VST (32 and 64Bit) and VST3 (64Bit only)
Mac VST / VST3 and Audio Unit
Linux VST2 (32 and 64Bit)
No extra hardware required
Flexible licensing - use on multiple PCs
Free updates and support
Requires a VST2, VST3, AudioUnit or AAX compatible host application.
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