Must Have Freeware Eq :)
Mertay
Mar 29 2014, 01:48 AM
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Bootsy and TDR first collab release here; http://www.tokyodawn.net/tdr-vos-slickeq/

Its a musical eq that has analog coloration and an auto-gain function, works great for mastering or guitar eq'ing (after cab. sim) among other sources smile.gif

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Thanks!!! Fine post smile.gif Purely free and spiff to boot!! Makes a great mix eq AND makes a KILLER pre eq to tweak your signal before it hits your guitar sim plugins especially if you are using a sim that doesn't have parametric eq available at the head of the chain!



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TBootsy and TDR first collab release here; http://www.tokyodawn.net/tdr-vos-slickeq/

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 29 2014, 12:52 AM) *
Thanks!!! Fine post smile.gif Purely free and spiff to boot!! Makes a great mix eq AND makes a KILLER pre eq to tweak your signal before it hits your guitar sim plugins especially if you are using a sim that doesn't have parametric eq available at the head of the chain!


Excellent find, so far working great as mid or treble boost but I feel I only scratched the surface smile.gif

The auto-gain is a gift from audio heaven biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (Mertay @ Mar 29 2014, 02:38 PM) *
Excellent find, so far working great as mid or treble boost but I feel I only scratched the surface smile.gif

The auto-gain is a gift from audio heaven biggrin.gif

Great EQ. Many THX!! ;-)

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Downloaded! Test in progress wink.gif But...anyway I'm still impressed with a pack a plug-ins delivered with Cubase 7,5 smile.gif Thanx for posting Mertay smile.gif

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Have fun everyone biggrin.gif also on the "lab" section of the webpage there's proximity and feedback compressor 2, more mix oriented stuff but the compressor is also worth a try wink.gif

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<TokyoDawnLabs lowBandGainParam="8.0" lowBandFreqParam="501" lowBandShapeParam="On" midBandGainParam="12.0" midBandFreqParam="4000" highBandGainParam="10.0" highBandFreqParam="7007" highBandShapeParam="On" eqModelParam="American" eqSatParam="Off" hpFreqParam="120" outSatModelParam="Linear" outSatDriveParam="18.0" outGainParam="0.0" bypassParam="Off" modeParam="Stereo" lowBandBypassParam="On" midBandBypassParam="On" highBandBypassParam="On" autoGainParam="On"/>

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Something I've been experimenting; This is right before the cab. , I also have distortion before this (no amp sim.). No need to change gains, just enable bands and turn the mid. bands freq. closer to 1khz to adjust mid.s

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Have you tried "Pre-EQ"? E.G. Putting this pluging before your primary gain stage? I've found that adding a parametric at the head of a signal chain is the only way to get the "tight" Meshuggahish chunk/krunch of which I'm most fond smile.gif

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<TokyoDawnLabs lowBandGainParam="8.0" lowBandFreqParam="501" lowBandShapeParam="On" midBandGainParam="12.0" midBandFreqParam="4000" highBandGainParam="10.0" highBandFreqParam="7007" highBandShapeParam="On" eqModelParam="American" eqSatParam="Off" hpFreqParam="120" outSatModelParam="Linear" outSatDriveParam="18.0" outGainParam="0.0" bypassParam="Off" modeParam="Stereo" lowBandBypassParam="On" midBandBypassParam="On" highBandBypassParam="On" autoGainParam="On"/>

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Thanks for the tip smile.gif

I actually did try that with some distortion plug-ins I have but the problem is I use a tonezone and as much as its great for lead work its terrible on shaping powerchord distortion sound.

Default tonezone sound has a lot of highs hidden in it so boosting with (around mid to mid-high areas) start to sound more like a whammy distortion biggrin.gif

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EGAD!!!! Thanks for the info smile.gif I'm using the stock pups in my ibby and like many humbuckers, when going in to a really high gain head, the bass and treble frequencies "bunch up" if you don't trim them a bit on input smile.gif


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Thanks for the tip smile.gif

I actually did try that with some distortion plug-ins I have but the problem is I use a tonezone and as much as its great for lead work its terrible on shaping powerchord distortion sound.

Default tonezone sound has a lot of highs hidden in it so boosting with (around mid to mid-high areas) start to sound more like a whammy distortion biggrin.gif

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