Sound Magic says that Neo EQ Violet, the evolutionary successor to the Neo EQ Grand Collection, represents a paradigm shift in equalizer technology.
A spokesperson told us, "Unlike typical equalizers, it boasts a smart feature that can automatically find and lock onto the most important and audible sound frequencies. This means you don't have to struggle to find the right settings anymore; Neo EQ Violet does it for you, making your audio tweaking tasks much simpler and more effective."
Here's the details direct from Sound Magic...
KEY ADVANCEMENTS IN NEO EQ VIOLET:
Dynamic Responsiveness: A groundbreaking feature of Neo EQ Violet is its interaction with dynamics, effectively functioning as both a dynamic EQ and an enhancer. This flexibility opens up a world of creative possibilities, providing you with unprecedented control over your music.
Enhanced Detection: Harnessing cutting-edge Machine Learning technology, Neo EQ Violet excels at efficiently identifying the most sensitive frequencies, surpassing its predecessors. Moreover, it exhibits a newfound ability to perceive musical signals just like humans,
Automatic Bandwidth/Q Adjustment: Neo EQ Violet introduces an unprecedented feature by automatically adjusting Bandwidth/Q. This means you only need to fine-tune boost or decay for a given frequency, eliminating the need to consider other parameters. This streamlines the entire process for effortless sound shaping.
Expanded Adjustment Range: Neo EQ Violet empowers users with 3 times wider in adjustable range of boost and decay amount compared to previous version. It also offers specialized modes tailored for various instruments, such as vocals, strings, and drums, ensuring versatile applicability.
Harmonic Mastery: Neo EQ Violet centers its focus on harmonics, offering diverse combinations of harmonic series. This empowers users to exert precise control over an instrument or vocal's timbre, enabling a rich and customized sound palette.
Pricing and Availability:
Neo EQ Violet has a MSRP of $129, intro price is $49 until December 14th,2023.
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