[LAU] EQ plug and 4-pin 1394

Kim Cascone kim at anechoicmedia.com
Tue Nov 30 17:58:01 UTC 2010

linuxdsp wrote:
> Kim Cascone wrote:
>> 1- can anyone recommend a LADSPA or Windows VST plug (want to use in 
>> Ardour) that approaches the quality and flexibility of the GRM 
>> Equalize plug?
>> http://www.grmtools.org/qt/files/Equalize_ST.html
> I've made a graphical EQ plugin - here:
> http://www.linuxdsp.co.uk/download/lv2/download_graph_eq/index.html
> its only 10 band, but you can drag the EQ curve into various shapes
> in realtime using the mouse.
> Each band can be either shelf, low / high pass, band pass etc, its 
> available as an LV2 so it will work with Ardour (2.8.3 and later) or a 
> linux VST so it works in hosts like energyXT or renoise
yes I have an early version of your ch-eq's which I use and love
but I'm still using an early version of Ardour (2.8.2) due to not 
wanting to upgrade my system and apps while in the middle of a touring 
season -- but I plan on doing this as soon as I'm finished mixing my 
current CD project

2 q's:
-- do you offer a complete package of your LV2 plugs? if so, how much?
-- do you have plans to increase the number of bands on your graphic EQ 
for more surgical precision? :)


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