Mastering Graphic Equalizer
In the 90s, quality graphic equalizers were used for mastering tasks. Some of these equalizers of at least 16 bands, had a global bandwidth control (Q), to obtain very musical cuts with little stridency and a pleasant response. Its architecture varied according to the manufacturer, and its filters were arranged in series or parallel. Parallel filters could cut the signal completely, as if it were a volume control, but that positive aspect was truncated with the phase problems. On the other hand, the architecture of filters arranged in series (such as parametric equalizers), had much less problems of this type, being currently the most used design.
MASTERGRAPHIC, It consists of the implementation of series filters with a total of 30 cuts, and a control of the bandwidth (Q), which allows us to create very musical curves, even with the most problematic sound material. This allows us to overlap the bands, creating with a few "dB" a correction and smooth coloring, but effective.
We return to other times, remembering the way in which those subjects were mastered, of which some have become a reference in the collective memory of all.
Therefore, download the demo of MASTERGRAPHIC, and check its warmth and effectiveness in both mixing and mastering.
AU, VST, VST3 64-bit Mac OS 10.10, and above.
VST, VST3 64-bit Windows 8.1, and above