ACM-2A Program EQ - Plug-in for Linux
Classic vintage EQ combined with an intuitive, modern user interface
Inspired by the elegant simplicity of vintage Pultec style designs, renowned for their ability to simultaneously boost and cut the low frequencies using separate controls - creating powerful, tight bass boost with focus and detail. Perfect for adding that big studio sound to 'in the box' mixes.
- Smooth controls with no 'zipper noise' when adjusting the plug-in settings.
- Physically modelled rotary control modes.
- Resizable graphical user interface.
- Separate low frequency boost and cut to shape the signature sound.
- Transformer-coupled valve / tube amplifier emulation enhances the desirable vintage tone.
- Innovative processing models analogue filter behaviour - without additional latency or high CPU demand.
- Valve / tube emulation adds subtle character even with the EQ bypassed.*
System Requirements - Linux:
- An X11 compatible Linux distribution. e.g. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
- A Linux VST2 compatible host.
|•||Linux VST2 64Bit||V1.0.0|
|•||Separate LF Boost and Attenuate Controls||Simultaneous low frequency boost and cut, emulating the classic Pultec style 'Low-end trick'.|
|•||Physical Control Modelling||Replicates the 'feel' of high quality rotary controls.|
|•||Passive Filters||6dB / Octave passive filter emulation maintains the smooth frequency response and desirable control interaction of the original vintage designs.|
|•||Transformer-coupled gain stage||Similar to the original vintage EQs, the passive filters are followed by a transformer-coupled tube amplifier stage which further enhances the vintage qualities.|
|•||Analogue Filter Modelling||Analogue Filter Modelling algorithms recreate natural analogue filter curves, without requiring high sample rates or CPU intensive upsampling, allowing more plugin instances in a typical DAW.|
|OS / System Compatibility|
OS / System requirements based on typical representative configurations and host applications. Be sure to check compatibility with the free demos provided.
*Linux compatibility is dependent upon operating system components, configuration and host application(s). Please check compatibility using the free demo.