Sound Magic Releases Neo EQ Trinity

US Smart EQ is designed to make audio tweaking tasks much simpler and more effective      19/12/23

Sound Magic Releases Neo EQ Trinity

Sound Magic has announced the release of Neo EQ Trinity, which they say is a groundbreaking advancement in the world of audio equalization. A spokesperson told us, "Neo EQ Trinity is a must-have tool for music producers and audio engineers worldwide."

Here's more details direct from the company...

Neo EQ Trinity, the evolutionary successor to the Neo EQ Grand Collection, represents a paradigm shift in equalizer technology. 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 Trinity does it for you, making your audio tweaking tasks much simpler and more effective.

Neo EQ Trinity isn't just a bundle including Neo EQ Violet, Neo EQ Scarlett, and Neo EQ Tosca--it represents the entire breakthrough of Neo EQ 3.0. This trio of plugins covers all your EQ processing needs, from recording to mixing, and even mastering. Whether you're working on a single instrument or a full symphony orchestra, these plugins have you covered.

What's more, from their original design, Neo EQ Violet, Neo EQ Scarlett, and Neo EQ Tosca are meant to complement each other, allowing you to create a unique sound. Combining them enables you to craft a multi-band EQ or enhance harmonics in ways that solely depend on your creative imagination. The possibilities are endless with the results you can achieve.

Pricing and Availability:
Neo EQ Trinity has an intro price as $149 until Jan 18th 2024 (MSRP: $399)

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