Tokyo Dawn Records – TDR VOS SlickEQ GE 1.3.7 VST, VST3, AAX, AU WIN.OSX x86 x64

Equalizer “TDR VOS SlickEQ” is designed for mixing and mastering tasks and provides ease of use, musicality and high quality sound. The equalizer consists of three semi-parametric filters corresponding to low, mid and high frequencies, and an additional low cut filter. A choice of four different models is available, defining the dependences of the quality factor of the parametric filters.

The auto-adjustment mode of the signal level allows you to compensate for changes in the subjectively perceived volume of the audio signal during operation. The equalizer also supports the processing of the sum or difference of the stereo channels (M and S) without the need for external conversion.

TDR VOS SlickEQ has an optional non-linear filter mode and three different output saturation modes. These modes allow you to change the color of the sound within a small range without the effect of an overloaded sound path. This almost imperceptible harmonic saturation is often associated with high-end analog equipment.

64-bit precision, coupled with variable internal sampling rate and differential signal processing model, virtually eliminates digital EQ problems such as aliasing, quantization errors, and aliasing.

In addition to the standard controls, this equalizer also provides additional features: built-in control of preset parameter values, undo / redo, quick A / B comparison, copy and paste, online help, editable parameter text values, mouse wheel support and much more. Equalizer “TDR VOS SlickEQ” is a joint development of Variety Of Sound and Tokyo Dawn Labs.

• intuitive, but at the same time flexible in use partially parametric model;
• user interface that meets modern ergonomic requirements;
• differential 64-bit signal processing with variable sampling rate;
• three parametric filters and a low cut filter of 18 dB per octave;
• four models that determine the dependences of the quality factor of the parametric filters: “American”, “British”, “German” and “Soviet” with optional non-linear operating mode;
• four operating modes of the output stage: “Linear”, “Silk”, “Mellow”, “Deep”;
• algorithms for signal saturation from Variety of Sound (“stateful saturation”);
• built-in volume compensation of the output signal;
• modes of processing the sum and difference of stereo channels;
• toolbar with undo / redo, quick A / B comparison, etc.

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