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PEQ for Royer SF12

Discussion in 'Microphones' started by Duckman, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. Duckman

    Duckman Active Member

    Dear Friends,

    I've recently purchased a Royer SF12 for choral recording and am now interested in getting a good quality PEQ pluggin for tweaking of said SF12 output. Not being flush with cash, I'd like to hear about 'best bang for buck' options, while attempting to remain relatively high-end quality wise, if that is at all possible.

    I've heard Dave's examples and testimony about the Algorithmix PEQ Red pluggin, and was very impressed. Unfortunately it is too pricey for me. Is there anything out there that competes at half the cost or less?

    I've heard that the Metric Halo channel strip EQ is pretty good also. This is more in my price range. However, if it isn't any better than Logic's own EQ (am using Logic Express 7), then I wouldn't bother. Any happy MIO channel strip users out there?

    Cheers,

    David
     
  2. TeddyBullard

    TeddyBullard Guest

    I have the voxengo gliss EQ and really love it..
    http://www.voxengo.com/product/glisseq/

    I also have the algorithmix PEQ, but I use the voxengo just as much, id say.

    I highly reccomend checking it out(and many other voxengo plugs, such as r8 brain pro, which is my SRC of choice)
     
  3. Duckman

    Duckman Active Member

    Thanks Teddy. Ironically, all the cool stuff seems to be PC only (Samplitude et al), and now Voxengo! Anything for Mac users?
     
  4. TeddyBullard

    TeddyBullard Guest

    PSP LP eq is also very good. PC and MAC.
     
  5. DavidSpearritt

    DavidSpearritt Well-Known Member

    Please excuse my ignorance, but what is "PEQ"?

    PS. I know what "EQ" stands for. :)
     
  6. Zilla

    Zilla Active Member

    Parametric Equaliser?
     
  7. Duckman

    Duckman Active Member

    Apologies friends. Should read LPEQ.
     
  8. DavidSpearritt

    DavidSpearritt Well-Known Member

    For those still confused, I think it means "Linear Phase Equalisation".
     

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