PSP E27 Mac & PC64 bit
PSP E27 is a multistage equalizer plug-in (VST3, VST, AAX and RTAS for Windows; AudioUnit, VST3, VST, AAX and RTAS for Mac OSX) modeled after the analog equalizer E27 produced by Avedis Audio Electronics. E27 offers three...
PSP E27 Mac & PC64 bit
PSP E27 is a multistage equalizer plug-in (VST3, VST, AAX and RTAS for Windows; AudioUnit, VST3, VST, AAX and RTAS for Mac OSX) modeled after the analog equalizer E27 produced by Avedis Audio Electronics. E27 offers three-band equalization with nine selectable frequencies in a standard 500x package. This equalizer offers +/-16dB of boost/cut at musically selected frequency ranges, and offers gentle saturation. Low and high filters can work in bell or shelf mode with a single click. E27 is suitable for both mixing and mastering. PSP E27 offers additional preamp stage for global level control. This EQ plug-in catches nonlinear behavior of analog devices.
PSP E27 SE (included in the bundle) is a simplified version of PSP E27, our multistage equalizer plug-in modeled after the analog E27 produced by Avedis Audio Electronics. The PSP E27se is based on the same great audio engine, but it has a redesigned, simpler GUI making quick adjustments a snap. The PSP E27se is equipped with one E27 and one PA11 module. It’s perfect for both mono tracks and stereo stereo in which you don’t need seperate settings for the Left and Right channels.
PSP is the sole developer and manufacturer of the PSP E27. Functionality and sound of the PSP e27 have been approved by Avedis Audio Electronics. "TransDrive™" is a trademark of Avedis Audio Electronics. PSP is responsible for all customer support.
Robin Buckingham Approved: Record Producer Warner Bros.
the Luftikus I have on my l=page does the same basic ting for free. Through this is a full on EQ, and it can be doubled - so here is where is gets interesting. You can use the "full version" of this plugin for essentially 6 band parametric, which is unique and worth the price of admission... but I believer you get a 2 week free trail. They are fairly confident you will buy this. I have the free Luftikus, and still required no arm-twisting to pay the $149 or $199, whatever it was for this plugin after one day's session.