In our latest YouTube video, we run through a review and tutorial on Eventide’s SplitEQ plugin.
Eventide has released SplitEQ, an advanced equalization plug-in featuring their patented Structural Split technology. The culmination of a multi-year effort that began with Physion, SplitEQ works in a fundamentally different way from traditional EQs. It’s a new approach for corrective and creative rebalancing, enhancing, repairing, and widening any musical signal or other audio sources.
In this video, we take a deep dive over 18mins to learn our way around it, give our appraisal and show you a few ways it can be used.
- 8-band parametric EQ with precise musical filters
- Equalizes Transient and Tonal parts of a sound separately using Eventide’s patented Structural SplitTM technology
- Controls Transient and Tonal Output levels
- Enhances the stereo field with continuous Transient and Tonal panning controls (L/R and
- Mid/Side modes)
- Innovative real-time spectrum analyzer displays the Transient and Tonal streams independently
- Controls for the underlying Split technology for fine-tuning and experimentation
- Globally scales the EQ curves together or independently
- Has Peak, Notch, Bandpass, High-Shelf, Low-Shelf, Tilt Shelf, High-Pass, and Low-Pass filter types with slopes from 6 to 96 dB/octave
- Includes a comprehensive library with over 150 presets
- A/B buttons allow quick auditioning of two presets or settings plus Undo/ Redo functionality
- Graphical user interface with zoom options and can be re-sized
SplitEQ is available for Mac and PC in VST, AAX, and AU formats for an introductory price of $99 (reg. $179) from Eventide and authorized dealers worldwide. Visit eventideaudio.com/SplitEQ for more information and to request a free 30-day demo
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