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Analog Obsession Equalizer Bundle WiN-OSX RETAiL-SYNTHiC4TE screenshot
SYNTHiC4TE | Oct 18 2017 | 226 MB
BRITISHCOUPLE - Emulation of famous 1073 and it’s brother
BXQ - Emulation of famous high class model of famous baxandall eq
COMBOX - Combo of two legend gears
EAQ - Emulation of famous 825 for your EARs
FILTEQ - Secret weapon! Inspired by Filtek MK3!
FIVER - Five Band Eq
GERMANBROS - Emulation of famous vintage German units
HLQ - Emulation of famous inductor based console EQ
LCF - Vintage Solid State LC High/Lowpass Filter
PUREQ - World-class, three-band, dual-mono tube/hybrid equalizer
SSQ - Immortal 4000 Series circuitry
TREQ - Emulation of famous clean console eq

BRITISHCOUPLE - Emulation of famous 1073 and it’s brother

Carefully implemented to digital world
Inspired by the 1073 and it’s brother Equalizer
Analog style modelled saturation
Famous British console EQs
Love your lows!

In Depth:

EQ Bands

NVQ:

High Pass : OFF,50Hz,80Hz,160Hz,300Hz
Low Shelf : 35Hz,60Hz,110Hz,220Hz
Mids : 360Hz,700Hz,1600Hz,3200Hz,4800Hz,7200Hz
High Shelf : 10kHz

NVTQ:

High Pass : OFF,45Hz,70Hz,160Hz,350Hz
Low Pass : OFF,18kHz,14kHz,10kHz,8kHz,6kHz
Low Shelf : 35Hz,60Hz,110Hz,220Hz
Mids : 350Hz,700Hz,1600Hz,3200Hz,4600Hz,7200Hz
High Shelf : 10kHz,12kHz,16kHz

BXQ - Emulation of famous high class model of famous baxandall eq

Carefully implemented to digital world
World-Class High-Fidelity Tone Control Equalizer
Broad Q Shelving for a natural, open character
Master version with dual-mono and additional M/S mode
The sound & behavior of the hardware have been fully captured in the plugin version.
Extended frequency range for best “smile” curve

In Depth:

EQ Bands

High Pass : 10Hz,20Hz,30Hz,41Hz,50Hz,61Hz,70Hz
Low Pass : 35kHz,28kHz,21kHz,17.5kHz,16kHz,14kHz,12kHz
Low Shelf : 40Hz,60Hz,86Hz,140Hz,240Hz,480Hz,700Hz,1200Hz
High Shelf : 3kHz,5kHz,7kHz,8kHz,11kHz,13kHz,15kHz,18kHz
M/S : Mid/Side processing

COMBOX - Combo of two legend gears

Passive filter design for smooth tone
Sweepable filter
Wide range LOPASS control 500 Hz to 20 kHz
Wide range HIPASS control 20 Hz to 600 Hz
Unity gain throughout
Low band fixed 100 Hz with variable gain -15/+15
Mid band fixed 2.7 kHz with proportional Q and variable gain -15/+15
High band fixed 10 kHz with variable gain -15/+15

EAQ - Emulation of famous 825 for your EARs

Carefully implemented to digital world
Analog style modelled tube saturation
Dual mono & M/S Processing
Left/Right Link

In Depth:

EQ Bands

Bass Shelf : 20, 30, 60,100Hz ±12dB
Bass Bell Filter : 60,120,240, 500, 700Hz & 1kHz ±12dB
Mid Range : 1.5k, 2k, 3k, 4k, 5kHz±12dB
Treble Bell Range : 6k, 8k, 10k, 12k, 16kHz±12dB
Treble Shelf : 3k, 5k, 10k, 20kHz±12dB

FILTEQ - Secret weapon! Inspired by Filtek MK3!

– 3-band equalizer with bypass-switch
– Each band has 12 selectable frequencies with +/-16dB of stepped gain and a 2-way selectable Q-switch
– High frequency band: 1,8k / 2,2 / 2,7/ 3,4/ 4/ 5/ 6,5 / 8 / 10 / 12/ 15 / 18 Khz
– Mid frequency band: 380 / 450 / 600 / 700 / 900 Hz /1 / 1,3 / 1,6 /2 / 2,5 / 3 / 3,8 Khz
– Low frequency band: 50 /60 /80 /100 / 120 140 / 180 / 220 / 270 330 / 400/ 500 Hz
– Lowpass-filter: 5 / 8 /10 / 12 / 15 kHz
– Highpass-filter: 80, 160, 240, 320, 500 Hz

FIVER - Five Band Eq

Low Frequency : Continuously variable from 30Hz to 300Hz +/- 12dB

High Frequency : Continuously variable from 2.5kHz to 25kHz +/- 12dB

Low Mid Frequency : Continuously variable from 50Hz to 400Hz +/- 12dB Variable Q

Mid Frequency : Continuously variable from 330Hz to 2.5kHz +/- 12dB Variable Q

High Mid Frequency : Continuously variable from 330Hz to 16kHz +/- 12dB Variable Q

LF & HF Filter : Engages low and high pass filters

+/-12dB Output level adjustment

-36dB to 0dB Input/Drive level adjustment

Great option for surgical eq or coloring

GERMANBROS - Emulation of famous vintage German units

Carefully implemented to digital world
Inspired by the Legendary German Console Equalizers
Analog style modelled saturation
Dirty sound
Analogue vibe

In Depth:

EQ Bands

PEQ:

Low Shelf : 60Hz
Mids : 700Hz,1000Hz,1400Hz,2000Hz,2800Hz,4000Hz,5600Hz
High Shelf : 10kHz

SEQ:

Low Shelf : 60Hz
Mids : 700Hz,1000Hz,1400Hz,2000Hz,2800Hz,4000Hz,5600Hz
High Shelf : 10kHz

TEQ:

Low Shelf : 60Hz
Mids : 700Hz,1000Hz,1400Hz,2000Hz,3000Hz
High Shelf : 15kHz

HLQ - Emulation of famous inductor based console EQ

Carefully implemented to digital world
Inspired by the Type 69 Equalizer
Analog style modelled saturation
Famous onsole EQs

In Depth:

EQ Bands

Bass : OFF,50Hz (High Pass),60Hz,120Hz,250Hz,400Hz
Mids : 700Hz,1000Hz,1400Hz,2000Hz,2800Hz,3500Hz,4500Hz,6000Hz.Selectble Peak/Dip
High Shelf : 10kHz

LCF - Vintage Solid State LC High/Lowpass Filter

Low pass bypass , 8,000hz, 6,000hz, 4,000hz, 2,000hz
High Pass bypass , 45hz, 70hz, 160hz, 360hz

Sweetens the high end and takes away harshness even without using filter!

PUREQ - World-class, three-band, dual-mono tube/hybrid equalizer

Smooth,suitable for very high-end applications

Warm,transparent,clean and airy

Stepped boost and cut controls

Stepped frequency selectors

Mid/Side operation

L/R link

Input Screw: Increase input level internally.First position is super clean

Output Screw: Inf to +6dB

Low-cut and high-cut filters and bypass

Low boost: +12dB; cut: -12dB

Mid boost: +12dB; cut: -12dB

High boost: +12dB; cut: -12dB

Low-frequency switch:30Hz-50Hz-100Hz-200Hz-300Hz-400Hz

Mid-frequency switch:200Hz-500Hz-800Hz-1.2kHz-1.8kHz-2kHz

High-frequency switch:2.5kHz-3.5kHz-5kHz-7.5kHz-10kHz-15kHz

SSQ - Immortal 4000 Series circuitry

Brown EQ design
Versatile 4 band channel EQ
Fully parametric LMF and HMF with Q
Based on classic 611E console channel strip

TREQ - Emulation of famous clean console eq

Carefully implemented to digital world
Inspired by the 80B Equalizer
Analog style modelled saturation
Famous console EQ

In Depth:

EQ Bands

Lo Freq can be switched between 60 and 120Hz
Lo Mid sweepable from 100 to 1.5KHz
Hi Mid sweepable from 1 to 15KHz
50Hz Hi Pass Switch


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comments

  Member 3.10.2014 3 71
+37
is it Christmas already?

thanks!
  Member 15.03.2016 3 222
+63
@horsemen
U should change your name to Robin hood.
GUARD YOUR EYES ,YOUR EARS , YOUR MOUTH AND YOUR BRAIN.
IF U DON'T WANT TO BE A MONKEY.
DON'T BE WANKER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
לא תנאף
  Resident 1.05.2013 2 138
+13
Thank you very very much!!!
I see too much awesomness on this site in the past few days
  Member 15.02.2015 180 56
+2838
SYNTHiC4TE is on fire!!
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  Member 27.08.2017 56
+26
He is good man. He always provide what he can. Not like many others. He and Oly are gems of Audioz.
Zippyshare!!
  Member 10.04.2014 2 59
+43
Well, Christmas came f*cking early. I am going to buy one of his plugs to compensate for the amount of stuff I'm taking, and everyone should do the same (not realistically feasible but would be way more correct).
  Resident 10.10.2013 4 119
+76
Another great gift!

Thanks so much!
  Member 15.04.2017 93
+52
Massive thanks for this.
So far tested PureEQ and BXQ, really good sounding EQs, top notch, up there with Acustica.

Makes mixing alot easier, feels like cheating.
  Member 27.08.2017 56
+26
Thanks for attracting this community toward Analog Obsession.
Zippyshare!!
  Resident 19.08.2014 10 149
+442
Their EQs sound really good, thanks! Their compressors, on the other hand, are very hard to use due to awful VU meter implementation; Their meter seems to be responding mostly to the output gain, not gain reduction. No matter how much you crank the input gain, their VU only responds when you mess with the output...Really weird behavior that shouldn't really have gotten past beta. But, like I said, the EQs are pretty good.
  Member 3.11.2016 3 36
+13
VU meter aside, are the compressors good as well?
  Member 15.04.2017 93
+52
Morgan, thats because gain staging doesnt work like with typical algo plugins.
Many times its hungry for a hotter signal, insert a trimmer before the plugin, input alone on the comp. wont be enough.
And yea, some of his compressor/VU meters act weird as well, rely on your ears.
  Resident 19.08.2014 10 149
+442
That's a problem he's got to solve, man. There's absolutely no logical reason for his plugins to work on a different gain staging standard than the other 99,9% plugins in the audio world. Many developers have been doing component modeling as he does, and all of them have functional VU meters...It's beyond my comprehension why his VUs register more gain reduction when you increase the output level of his plugins. Anyway, I'm having a lot of fun with his EQs...As for compression, it's hard to rely only on ears, that's why most (if not all) analog compressors have meters....Specially transparent compressors: The more transparent they are, the harder it is to calculate gain reduction by ears alone.
  Member 15.04.2017 93
+52
What can you do mate, it is what it is you know, i agree with you and so do many others who complain about it....i was surprised at first but then just accepted this different approach until he adds a clean input output, doubt he will change the internal gain staging though....who knows.
Pure rock n roll, hehe.
  Resident 9.05.2014 2 384
+58
Yeah I thought there was something wrong with the metering on the Buster when I stuck it on a drum group.
I put a gain plugin before it to boost the signal but in order to get the needle flapping the gain plugin was +10bd and into the red. The Buster threshold was at -20, ratio at 3:1, Slow attack, fast release. Still the meters didn't go over 4.
The plugin effectively screwed my gain staging as I like to work with K-metering and it didn't seem loud enough for Buster.

I have my go to settings for certain things but it is un-nerving when you don't see any activity on the meters.
All plugins, especially analogue modelled, are designed with an optimum input gain level in mind (the sweet spot if you like). Perhaps a read of the manual can tell us what that is.
It'll take some getting used to for sure.
I'm still gonna try these EQ's though.
In 2010 I gave up women and Booze. It was the worst 20 minutes of my life.
  Resident 12.03.2012 3 301
+44
Thanks for sharing!
  Resident 3.06.2010 48
+3
I guess this guy deserves anyway some cash for his amazing and very cheap plugins.
Is a single independent programmer from Turkey, as I understood.
Just to praise the effort, of course if U can :)
  Member 15.04.2017 93
+52
Many on this forum bought his plugins.
  Resident 7.11.2014 7 303
+582
I agree erminardi and Von
We are a lot in my head, but it's me the boss.
  Member 12.10.2013 60
+1
Thanks a lot !
  Resident 20.06.2014 4 165
+89
When I see news like this I always wonder why independent developer cracked and released for us, while big motherfunkers as Plugin Alliance and like that keeping in shadow.
  Member 9.12.2014 39
+3
HLQ doesn"t work, doesn' pass sound.
thanks for all the pack, and yes independent developer need help, so buy some very cheap but awesome plugin, the bax is killer and subtle on very high end speaker.
  Member 15.04.2017 93
+52
Bax is too good to be true.
  Member 28.08.2016 23
+1
Are real people downloading this and using it? Or does it seem like a marketing technique for brand awareness?

The likes are extremely high but the comments are full of errors and issues..


Just curious..
  Member 28.11.2016 105
+25
Yes I'm real and downloaded it, but I'd have ignored/not bought had it not been here anyway so maybe it works as advertising.

Frankly I preferred the PSP E27 which is a killer plugin that sounds better than all of these and can pretty much clone/copy them all but better and has more flexibility and much nicer workflow/Gui/features. These are ok sounding, towards the better end of the plug-in eq spectrum, but with stuff like the E27 out there I don't see a need anymore.

E27 also kills the soundtoys sie-q, again it can almost 'clone' it but sounds better, less congested, less digital (and the sie-q is a GREAT eq so it shows how great the E27 is!). sie-q is a touch more nasal, less open.

I sound like I work for PSP don't I? lol... no it's on this site.
Another great one is Softube EQF-100 (or grand channel) a very very slight notch below the E27 but has some extra tools to work with. If E27 doesn't work I'll go to EQF-100.
  Member 18.10.2017 3
0
Is it comparable with slate digital?
  Member 18.10.2017 3
0
Is it compareable with slate digital?
  Member 23.12.2016 45
+4
Wow tnx a lot
Someone can help me where and how to use this magic staffs
Tnx
  Member 9.01.2017 21
+1
Thank you!
  Resident 19.01.2014 74
+22
After testing all eqs in the bundle I think I'll keep 2 or 3 of them only. But thank you to all involved for giving me a chance to try them all.

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