The Bettermaker EQ232P, a stalwart EQ of hip hop production, has gone digital. Plugin Alliance has teamed up with the original Bettermaker team to introduce the EQ232D, a faithful software rendition with some modern twists.
The plug-in features two identical channels, and splits into three EQ sections. There’s the Pultec EQ for your high- and low-end, a parametric EQ for your mids, and a high-pass filter.
Like the original, the beloved Pultec-style EQ sits at the heart of this plug-in. However, it comes with loads more headroom and without analogue distortion and grit.
Otherwise, its controls are similar to the original, letting you make dramatic boosts to a frequency and then dial it back just enough with an attenuator. Pultecs are most associated with their smooth-sounding top end, and supple bass.
Meanwhile, the pair of parametric EQs cover your frequencies from 15Hz to 15kHz, and the high-pass filter, which cuts 24dB per octave.
The EQ232D also has Stereo, Dual Mono, Mid-Side operating modes, and a plethora of presets for jumpstarting your production workflow.
Check out Plugin Alliance’s demo of the EQ232D below:
The Bettermaker EQ232D is available now at an introductory rate of $229.99 (usually $299)
Learn more at plugin-alliance.com
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