Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

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Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by Puranon » Thu Jan 28, 2016 6:51 pm

Are any of you using any of these current generation Algorithmic EQ emulations?

Hornet SW34
http://www.hornetplugins.com/plugins/hornet-sw34eq/

PSP E27
http://pspaudioware.com/plugins/equalizers/psp_e27/

UAD A*I 560
http://www.uaudio.com/store/equalizers/ ... ction.html

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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by basaristudios » Fri Jan 29, 2016 5:25 am

What's a CURRENT generation? I own all IK MM and Slate Plugins...
But never heard of a Current Generation.
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by RJHollins » Fri Jan 29, 2016 6:50 am

DMG Equilibrium and FabFilter Q2 are the lone survivor of my algo eq's.

ok ... TD's 'NOVA' dynamic EQ is a new addition to those.
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by flipnautold » Fri Jan 29, 2016 12:24 pm

The dmg seems to use FIR filter (has an option to turn it on)... so as i know aqua does as well. I i would choose an algo today it would be dmg eq for sure. The TDR Nova is really great btw.
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by DeNto » Fri Jan 29, 2016 6:08 pm

flipnaut wrote:The dmg seems to use FIR filter (has an option to turn it on)... so as i know aqua does as well. I i would choose an algo today it would be dmg eq for sure. The TDR Nova is really great btw.
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der Dmg Equilibrium ist derzeit meiner Meinung nach der beste Algo Eq. Schlägt den ProQ2 was Sound Klarheit angeht. Damit mache ich alle Notches/Low cuts und Absenkungen. ProQ2 hat andere Vorteile, klingt aber leider immer noch etwas Harsch wie ich finde. Die Aquas sind was Emulation angeht weit besser als beide Eqs.
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by beingmf3 » Fri Jan 29, 2016 10:13 pm

For a quick attenuation of 3k or 200Hz I really like the HorNet EQ. Don't ever boost :D
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by giancarlo » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:10 am

flipnaut wrote:The dmg seems to use FIR filter (has an option to turn it on)... so as i know aqua does as well. I i would choose an algo today it would be dmg eq for sure. The TDR Nova is really great btw.
The right question is: fir, but which phase?
And they are not modeling distortion.
From our experience, if you want to replicate closely a device you need to sample it. It is not a matter of curves or "guessed phase"

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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by flipnautold » Sun Jan 31, 2016 12:08 pm

DeNto wrote:
flipnaut wrote:The dmg seems to use FIR filter (has an option to turn it on)... so as i know aqua does as well. I i would choose an algo today it would be dmg eq for sure. The TDR Nova is really great btw.
Hey Ho Flipo,

der Dmg Equilibrium ist derzeit meiner Meinung nach der beste Algo Eq. Schlägt den ProQ2 was Sound Klarheit angeht. Damit mache ich alle Notches/Low cuts und Absenkungen. ProQ2 hat andere Vorteile, klingt aber leider immer noch etwas Harsch wie ich finde. Die Aquas sind was Emulation angeht weit besser als beide Eqs.
joa so ist es... ich mache derzeit sau viel mit Navy und Honey. Damit kann man einfach jede Menge anstellen. Ich liebe den Shelve bei 10 und 15khz beim Navy und drehe oft in den oberen MItten nochmal bisschen was weg od booste dort nochmals. Beim Honey hat man eine ganz tolle Mittenlupe. Ich benutze auch gar keine EQs mehr auf der Summe... wozu auch? Ebenso Comps: Komprimiert wird auf Einzelsignalen - bzw. nehme ich dafür liebend gerne einfach Hardware Comps... habe den C******r Little Devil und den IGS One La. Auf Bussen kommt zum Zusammenbacken oft einfach die VTM...dann noch ein EQ und auf dem Master ist manchmal nochmal VTM, vl. noch der Nova Multiband Eq von TDR und dann Limitless von DMG.
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by flipnautold » Sun Jan 31, 2016 12:16 pm

giancarlo wrote:
flipnaut wrote:The dmg seems to use FIR filter (has an option to turn it on)... so as i know aqua does as well. I i would choose an algo today it would be dmg eq for sure. The TDR Nova is really great btw.
The right question is: fir, but which phase?
And they are not modeling distortion.
From our experience, if you want to replicate closely a device you need to sample it. It is not a matter of curves or "guessed phase"
but i guess distortion is anyhow limited in plugins? Let us think we would model a fuzz effect for bass guitar: I never heard any plugin that distorted natural. There are thousands of harmonics i guess which no cpu can handle...
fir/phase a do not have any background above this topic. Just thought that this is something why people seem to choose dmg over fabfilter eq...
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by RE301 » Sun Jan 31, 2016 6:34 pm

Since delving into Nebula / Aqua I haven't touched my algo eqs or 'consoles' anymore.. (so in other words that $ investment on the algo plugs was like setting fire to a fistful of dollars)... nor would I consider buying any (!)
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by thomasd » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:48 pm

+1
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by thomasd » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:48 pm

+1
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by Tim Petherick » Sun Jan 31, 2016 10:30 pm

It maybe a bit off subject but check out soundradix plugins, they have something called surfer eq which is pretty unique. They are not trying to do the analog thing, ithink it's good to mix it up a bit.

their other plugs are even greater, for years I used their PI and auto align, PI is very innovative, it does not work on everything but can sometimes resolve crazy phase issues. It does not work well on Chords but on solo instruments and drums it's great!
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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by Puranon » Tue Mar 22, 2016 2:04 am

How about the new modeled E27 Eq from PSP?
http://www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/equalizers/psp_e27/

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Re: Newest Generation of Algoirithmic Eqs

Post by jfjer379 » Tue Mar 22, 2016 9:27 am

Hoser XT from boz digital is really really good sounding for an algo
it stand out from the rest of the algos to my ears and this one can boost nice too, its ZL and pretty low on cpu + it wont ruin your acustica analogousness like most algo eq`s do

but i would like to see more digital eq`s actually doing something different and rather play on the strengths of digital and doing things analog cant like the surfer eq from sound radix that Tim P just mentioned

acustica and the 3rd party developers for Nebula gives the analog sound
so for analog sound im good and home with Acquas and Nebula :)
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