Mastering Equalizer Plugin
GrandEQ represents the latest state-of-the-art in digital equalizer design.
The goal in digital equalizer design is always to reduce the amount of digital artifacts which are introduced due to the necessarily finite sampling frequency.
Grand EQ offers a "minimum phase" and a "linear phase" mode.
In "minimum phase" mode, both the amplitude and the phase response follow the desired analog model with high accuracy up until > 20 kHz with only a very small amount of latency.
This leads to a very clean and open sound with the least possible amount of digital artifacts.
In "linear phase" mode, if one wants to avoid phase changes altogether, an elaborate algorithm using a time-reversal scheme creates a perfectly flat phase response with ultralow harmonic distortion.
- Minimum Phase algorithm: accurate magnitude and phase matching to analog targets
- Linear Phase algorithm: forward-backward approach + oversampling
- 7 independent bands, with 7 different band types: Bell, Low Shelf, High Shelf, Low Cut, High Cut, Bandpass, and Notch
- two internal states (A/B) for quick switching between alternative settings
- Left-Right or Mid-Side operation
- Two-channel EQ which can be linked/unlinked
- MacOS 10.7 Lion and above
- Windows XP and above (32 and 64-bit)
- Intel, AMD, or Apple Silicon CPU
AAX Native, AU, VST2, and VST3