Tokyo Dawn Labs Releases The SlickEQ (Gentleman’s Edition)


The guys over at Tokyo Dawn Labs have just released a new version of the FREE TDR VOS SlickEQ.

They call this one THE Gentleman’s Edition

This Paid version takes the free version and put it’s on a whole new level by adding an exotic “Tilt”-filter flanked by flexible low-pass and high-pass filters. It comes equipped with five distinct EQ models which provide a rich set of EQ curves for your mixing tastes

It comes with an elaborate auto gain option.  This option automatically compensates for changes of perceived-loudness during EQ (within reasonable limits).  The gain trim option allows you to control the output to make sure you aren’t overloading the output.

The 64bit multi-rate processing scheme (a.k.a. “internal re-sampling”) practically eliminates typical problems of digital EQ implementations such as frequency-warping, quantization distortion and aliasing.

There’s also a slew of other features that come with this EQ that truly do make it a beauty and a work of ART.

Key specs and features

  • Modern user interface with outstanding usability and ergonomics
  • Carefully designed 64bit “delta” multi-rate structure
  • Three semi-parametric filter bands, each with two shape options
  • Five distinct EQ models: American, British, German, Soviet and Japanese
  • Low band offers an optional phase-lag able to delay low frequencies relative to higher frequencies
  • High pass filter with optional “Bump” mode
  • Low pass filter with two different slopes (6dB/Oct and 12dB/Oct)
  • Parametric Tilt filter with optional “V” mode.
  • Six output stages: Linear, Silky, Mellow, Deep, Excited and Toasted
  • Advanced saturation algorithms by VoS (“Stateful saturation”)
  • Highly effective loudness compensated auto gain control
  • Stereo, mono and sum/difference (mid/side) processing options
  • Frequency magnitude plot
  • Tool-bar with undo/redo, A/B, advanced preset management and more

SlickEQ is a collaborative project by Variety of Sound (Herbert Goldberg) and Tokyo Dawn Labs (Vladislav Goncharov and Fabien Schivre).

Click to watch a video review of the FREE Version

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