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Elevayta FreEq Boy




Latest Version: 5.02


FreEq Boy is a plug-in that provides the functionality to capture, store, merge and apply EQ curves from different audio sources. FreEq Boy also allows freehand drawing of stereo EQ curves and the possibility to import user defined stereo EQ curves from a simple text file description. So, if you are into designing your own EQ curves, this is the tool for you.

Features

  • Capture, save and merge EQ curves from different audio sources.
  • Multiple EQ capture memories (4 Presets).
  • Draw EQ curves completely freely using the mouse.
  • Export and Import user defined EQ curves from ASCII text files.
  • Auto save and reload of last EQ curve.
  • Full Wavelab compatibility.
  • See/hear the audio signal conform in real-time.
  • Independent, or linked, left and right channel EQ curves.
  • User variable/high res. FFT convolution engine.
  • Store/retrieve individual EQ curves.
  • Fully latency compensated and PDC compliant.
  • Automatic gain adjustment, when capturing and merging EQ curves, prevents excessive volume levels.
  • Frequency probe function for isolating specific frequencies.
  • Compatible with any sample rate.
  • Optimized vector processing for reduced CPU load.
System Requirements
  • Windows 98 up to Windows 8. 32-Bit only.
  • About 1 MB of harddisk space.
  • 1+ GHz processor.
  • Audio application supporting VST plug-ins.

Demo Limitations

You get a 14 day trial period with partial functionality and periodic blanking of audio output.

Price

$29.95


Note: A 25% discount is available on this plug-in when purchased as part of the Elevayta Productivity Tools bundle.

Refund Policy: We do not consider refund requests for products bought by mistake or products bought without trial (demo).


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