A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

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A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

Postby stanlea » Wed Oct 02, 2019 8:49 am

https://harrisonconsoles.com/site/free-plugin.html

Harrison Consoles - the developers of Mixbus and Mixbus32C DAWs, ultra-high-end mixing consoles, and associated high-performance DSP plug-ins - created the AVA Mastering EQ. Now you can add some Harrison sound to your workflow, regardless of which DAW you use.

The AVA Mastering EQ features a revolutionary filter shape that is explicitly designed for mastering your tracks. Unlike a conventional EQ, when adjacent bands of the AVA Mastering EQ are adjusted, the response is "flat" between the band edges. This preserves the relative harmonic balance of the instruments in your mix while adjusting the overall tonality. The AVA Mastering EQ is optimized for small, wide-bandwidth adjustments.

Controlling the AVA Mastering EQ is easy and intuitive: just click and drag your mouse to draw the EQ shape that you need. Managing a powerful, full-range EQ has never been so fast and easy. The results are quintessentially "Harrison": effortless, smooth and transparent.

AVA Mastering EQ Features:
31 control bands, high pass filter, low pass filter, adjustable filter order, level trim, and momentary bypass controls.
IInnovative DSP curve-match allows a "flat top" across adjacent band boost/cuts, and preserves the harmonic balance between instruments.
Ultra-fidelity equalizer is based on Harrison's XTools: plugins developed for our renowned digital consoles.

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Re: A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

Postby tavasti » Wed Oct 02, 2019 12:26 pm

Is it any different from old mastering eq plugin they have?
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Re: A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

Postby English Guy » Wed Oct 02, 2019 1:57 pm

tavasti wrote:Is it any different from old mastering eq plugin they have?

The interface is slightly different but the main thing is they have added a visual display of the frequencies.
EDIT: AVA Plugins are also vst and much more cross platform than previous lv2 versions

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Re: A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

Postby tavasti » Wed Oct 02, 2019 2:14 pm

English Guy wrote:
tavasti wrote:Is it any different from old mastering eq plugin they have?

The interface is slightly different but the main thing is they have added a visual display of the frequencies.
EDIT: AVA Plugins are also vst and much more cross platform than previous lv2 versions

Display of freq's sounds great, I've been thinking if I should get such EQ.
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Re: A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

Postby English Guy » Wed Oct 02, 2019 3:37 pm

tavasti wrote:
English Guy wrote:
tavasti wrote:Is it any different from old mastering eq plugin they have?

The interface is slightly different but the main thing is they have added a visual display of the frequencies.
EDIT: AVA Plugins are also vst and much more cross platform than previous lv2 versions

Display of freq's sounds great, I've been thinking if I should get such EQ.


Get it now while it is still free!

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Re: A free Harrison plugin. And it's good.

Postby tavasti » Thu Oct 03, 2019 7:53 pm

English Guy wrote:
tavasti wrote:Display of freq's sounds great, I've been thinking if I should get such EQ.


Get it now while it is still free!

Yeah, I got it.
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