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Sound Radix SurferEQ v2.1.0 [WiN]

Sound Radix SurferEQ
Team RET | 26 June 2021 | 6.35 MB
SURFEREQ is a ground-breaking pitch-tracking equalizer plug-in that tracks a monophonic instrument or vocal and moves the selected bands with the music.

Synthesizer filters can track the pitch to maintain the timbre of the sound throughout the instrument's voices. However, sound equalizers have always been static. While being effective for broad tone-shaping and room resonance correction, standard EQs do a poor job at maintaining the vocal or instrument's timbre as the music changes.

SURFEREQ tracks the pitch of a monophonic instrument or a vocal source and can adapt its bands' frequencies relative to the music in real-time, maintaining the natural harmonic balance of the sound source and making it possible to shape the source's timbre relative to the notes being played.

  • Groundbreaking pitch-tracking equalizer
  • Original asymmetric, morphing EQ algorithms
  • Innovative Harmonic Filter
  • Side-chain input enabling external pitch detection
  • Spectral Gate (normal and reversed)
  • 3-mode MIDI control, including an innovative EQ Instrument mode
  • Zero-latency mode
  • Spectrum analyzer and Spectral Level Meters
  • Undo/redo
  • 64-bit internal processing


Team RET Note: (v2.1.0)
* No iLok driver installation needed.
* It launches faster and more RAM friendly than original.


Team R2R Note: (v2.0.6)
HAPPY NEW YEAR!

* No iLok Driver is required to run.
* Our release loads faster and uses less memory than original.


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  • M1CKOJA
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    19.01.2018
    6 January 2019 01:05
    • Can you upload the OS X version please, thnx btw.
       
  • xersagar
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    22.06.2021
    25 June 2021 07:37
    • upload the AU version please
       
  • federx7
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    17.04.2021
    30 June 2021 02:20
    • for Mac also please!
       
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