Fuse Audio Labs Releases VQA-154 EQ

Recreation of a 1970s 4-band equalizer module with added features      06/12/18

Fuse Audio Labs Releases VQA-154 EQ

Fuse Audio Labs tells us that the VQA-154 is a faithful recreation of a sought-after 70s 4-band equalizer module, available in VST, VST3, AAX Native, AudioUnits for Mac OS and Windows in 32 and 64 bits. They say that the plug-in emulates the entire audio circuitry and adds some useful features in the digital domain. Here’s the details in their own words…

About the VQA-154

The VQA-154 is a faithful recreation of a sought-after 70s 4-band equalizer module that made its way into many broadcasting and production studios worldwide. The plugin emulates the entire audio circuitry including the capacitor/inductor based mid band filters, the discrete output stage as well as the transformers.

This plugin is a very versatile and easy to use EQ which provides classy and pleasant sounding coloration that always sounds musical, no matter how far you push it.

The VQA-154 includes

  •     a faithful emulation of the original circuit
  •     a gain compensated drive control
  •     continuous filter gains
  •     stereo operation
  •     linked operation
  •     an optional mid/side mode
  •     a linear output control


Pricing and Availability:
On sale for $29 until January 6th 2019 (regular $69)

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