I found this EQ in a video from URM with John Browne. I know it's kind of cheesy to write a review based on that, but I really liked how intuitive it looked. So I picked up H-EQ, and I tried it out. What I love about H-EQ, is that, unlike surgical eqs like ReaEQ, or the FabFilter Pro Q, the H-EQ seems to focus on small adjustments. It can do big adjustments too, but H-EQ is mostly for the musicians who just want to do minor adjustments first to get an idea of where their song is going.