Sir Elliot has released Brass Instrument Equaliser, a freeware equalizer

July 21, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized 

It was solely designed for Trombones, Saxophones, Trumpets and so forth. Jazz, & Classical Music is the concept behind this Parametric Equaliser.

There is also the option to configure the Q in a very narrow mode. This enables you to reduce peaks at certain frequencies that arise from troublesome rooms and, addressing offending frequencies from microphone feedback.

Brass Instrument Equaliser features

  • Tuneable Frequency Range: Five-fixed-band frequency contours offering a total sweep able range from 10 – 21000 cps.
  • Q Selector: Three mode selectable Q’s ranging from 0.27 (wide) – 60.36 (narrow).
  • Input Level Control.
  • Overall Loudness Control.
  • Left/Right Output VU Meters.
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 2.4% on a Pentium 4, 2.8 GHZ computer on Windows XP (Non Service Pack).

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