Overtone GEQ is a
7-band harmonic (overtone) graphic equalizer with
multi-channel support (supporting up to 8 input/output
channels, host setup dependent: if you are using audio
host application that conforms to VST specification of
version below 2.3, 2 plug-in channels will be available
only). Overtone GEQ offers extensive internal channel
routing capabilities, and supports mid/side processing.
Beside equalizing, Overtone GEQ applies harmonic
enhancement processing. That is why Overtone GEQ is
comparably CPU-heavy: it uses 7 harmonic enhancement
modules, one for each EQ band. This generates complex
harmonic coloration you will probably like a lot.
Since Overtone GEQ implements graphic equalizing by
using an array of bell-shaped EQ bands--when you
boost/cut adjacent bands--the actual boost or cut may go
over the visual setting.
Overtone GEQ conforms to VST specification version 2.4,
and so it is able to interface with audio host
applications in full 64-bit floating point resolution
(if supported by host application).
The IIEQ is a
free, fully parametric 10-band equalizer with its own,
characteristic sound and low CPU consumption. The 1st
and the 10th band are low and high shelf filters,
respectively; all other bands are peak filters. It comes
in two GUI flavours, so you can freely choose which
style suits you and your work flow (note: with some
hosts you might run into problems if both versions are
in your VST folder. And by the way: right-click on the
image and save the dll file in your VST folder to start
using IIEQ. Enjoy!)