VSTBuzz is running a 70% OFF deal on MFreeFormAnalogEQ, a parametric equalizer plugin that lets the user manually draw the equalization curve.
MFreeFormAnalogEQ takes advantage of MeldaProduction’s freeform filter-adaptation technology. The user can draw in any EQ curve shape and the plugin will apply a set of analog-modeled filters to approximate the curve. The idea is to speed up the equalization workflow by shaping the curve by drawing instead of manually tweaking multiple parametric equalizer knobs. This approach is also more intuitive for beginners who aren’t accustomed to using EQ plugins.
In addition to the EQ section, MFreeFormAnalogEQ also features a useful set of audio analysis and visualization tools. It comes with an integrated spectrum analyzer and a sonogram, both of which offer a range of neat tools like peak-detection, super-resolution analysis, deharmonization, prefiltering, and more.
MFreeFormAnalogEQ also features a built-in safety limiter, a tube saturation circuit, automatic gain compensation, oversampling (up to 4X), MIDI learn, and a powerful preset manager for storing your custom settings. The plugin can handle multiple types of audio signal processing, including mono, stereo, M/S, and up to eight-channel surround processing.
On a related note, MeldaProduction is offering three months of unrestricted free access to their subscription plan. Find more info about the offer on the developer’s website.
Dear Melda fans, musicians and friends, we hope you and your loved ones are safe and sound. Many of you are facing lockdowns and self-isolation, so perhaps this is an opportunity to make music! We have at least some encouragement for you in the form of a 3-month free subscription
MFreeFormAnalogEQ is normally priced at €49 but you can get it for €15 until April 29th, 2020. This exclusive 70% OFF deal is only available at VSTBuzz. The software is compatible with all VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin hosts on PC and Mac.
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