TBProAudio – gEQ12 v3.1.3 (VST, VST3, RTAS, AAX, AU) [WIN.OSX x86 x64]

By | June 9, 2020


Year / Release Date: 06.2020
Version: 3.1.3
Developer: TBProAudio
Developer’s site: TBProAudio
Bit: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: present (R2R)
System requirements: Windows XP SP3 or newer, Tested with: Cockos Reaper, Steinberg Cubase / Nuendo / Wavelab 6/7/8, FL Studio 12.x, Studio One, ProTools 12.3.1 (from AudioUTOPiA)

Description: GEQ 12 – 12 band stereo / MS graphic equalizer with an accurate spectrum analyzer and a mode of minimum \ linear phase.
Modern mixing and mastering processes require a fully functional, but easy to use equalizer that can accurately shape the tone of a track, bass, or master track. EEQ 12 provides all the necessary tools in one package with some unique features. The display shows the spectrum curve of the incoming and outgoing signal. GEQ 12 has a unique feature in that the output signal spectrum is directly calculated from the input signal spectrum (input spectrum – filter curve = outgoing spectrum). This allows you to capture the incoming signal in order to freeze it and change those filter curves that need to be adjusted based on the spectrum of the outgoing signal. The filter has 12 separate bands. Each bar has its own display knob and can be individually adjusted by type, stereo position (all, left / middle and right / side), slope, frequency, gain and quality factor. GEQ 12 offers 9 analog modulated and 8 digital filters (Butterworth). Filtration quality can be enhanced by oversampling. This ensures an “analog” magnitude / phase response close to the Nyquist frequency. gEQ12 can operate in several modes of minimum or linear phase response with minimum processor load.

12 independent filter bands, extended frequency range 10Hz – 48kHz
17 filter types, analog / digital design, zero delay IIR
filter slope up to 96dB
independent stereo / left / right / mid / side processing per band
7 processing modes: zero latency, minimum / linear phase
stereo / MS processing (e.g. stereo / mono split)
sample rates up to 192 kHz
“real” over sampling, up to 4x
hi-res spectrum analyzer with 32k FFT based ISO R40 frequencies
pre / post-EQ, average / live spectrum, stereo / left / right / mid / side
narrow-band sweeping mode
spectrum freeze mode
very easy alignment of filter response curve to audio spectrum
sample exact A / B toggle for all processing modes
precise parameter input
large and easy to use GUI
interactive spectrum / EQ display
full DAW automation support, smooth filter frequency change
64-bit internal processing
very efficient CPU usage design
New in Version
– FIX: improved Ableton Live and Studio One compatibility
– FIX: improved DAW bypass handling


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