Universal Audio Unveils Precision EQ

Santa Cruz, CA (February 10, 2005)--Universal Audio's Precision equalizer is a stereo or dual mono 4-band EQ and high-pass filter made primarily for use with program material. The Precision equalizer is modeled on the behavior of real-world analog mastering filters, and uses the classic parametric controls arrangement.
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Santa Cruz, CA (February 10, 2005)--Universal Audio's Precision equalizer is a stereo or dual mono 4-band EQ and high-pass filter made primarily for use with program material. The Precision equalizer is modeled on the behavior of real-world analog mastering filters, and uses the classic parametric controls arrangement.

Both channels of the Precision EQ feature four bands of filtering grouped in two overlapping pairs: two for low frequencies, two for high frequencies. A +/- 8 dB shelving or peak/notch filter is available for each band with five peak/notch responses per band. Each band can be enabled/disabled for auditioning and DSP savings. The Precision equalizer features .5 dB stepped gain controls and stepped frequency controls traditionally found on hardware mastering EQs for repeatability. The high-pass filter is 18 dB per octave.

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