Santa Cruz, CA (May 8, 2020) — Aiming to recreate the sound of legendary parametric equalizers of the 1970s and 80s, Plugin Alliance and Brainworx Audio have introduced the Amek EQ 200 plug-in.
Expected to be the first in a series of new plug-ins under the Amek brand name, the EQ 200, which is intended to provide the resolution, transparency, headroom and surgical precision of classic 70s and 80s mastering-grade EQs. Specifically, the Amek EQ 200 plug-in was inspired by the sound of Brainworx founder Dirk Ulrich’s own GML 8200 EQ, one of his all-time favorite pieces of analog outboard.
The Amek EQ 200 is a seven-band EQ, featuring five wide, overlapping fully-parametric bands with 15 dB boost or cut for each band, additional high- and low-pass filters, and low and high shelving EQs.
While intended to evoke the original hardware, the plug-in also offers new features, including AUTO LISTEN, available on all five bands to audition each change in isolation; continuously-variable high-pass and low-pass filters with a 12 dB per octave slop; MID / SIDE processing to tweak the width and depth of the mix as a workflow enhancement; MONO MAKER, which sums low frequency content to mono; STEREO WIDTH, to expand the stereo width of tracks; and variable THD, for adding extra analog mojo and tone.
Other additions include TMT Inside, Brainworx’s patented Tolerance Modeling Technology that simulates channel-to-channel variances in electronic components, as well as correlation, balance, input and output meters, and more
The plug-in sports a scalable UI to adapt to the user’s screen size and workflow, and offers numerous presets to provide users with a starting point for finding their sound.
Set for release on May 19, 2020, it will be included in Plugin Alliance’s monthly Mega Bundle subscription and annual Mega Bundle subscription at no extra cost.
Plugin Alliance • www.plugin-alliance.com
Brainworx Audio • www.brainworx.audio
Original Resource is ProSoundNetwork.com https://www.prosoundnetwork.com/gear-and-technology/amek-eq-200-plug-in-announced