TBProAudio is launching DSEQ, one of its most ambitious plugins to date, ready to compete with the recently popular soothe, posed as a digital mixing and mastering processor capable of removing digital hardness using self-adjusting frequency bands, that is, filters capable of dynamically operate on the frequency, automatically adjusting the bands through an incoming signal or via sidechain, therefore it can also be used as a de-esser or noise suppressor.
According to its developer, the system has an algorithm that automatically adjusts dynamic filters based on an FFT analysis looking for a fine frequency selection, avoiding distortion, artifacts, and phase problems, maintaining transparency in various operating modes depending on CPU usage. : echo, normal, high and ultra.
DSEQ has a control interface on a dedicated spectral analyzer, with threshold, selectivity and attack/relaxation parameters to cover various applications. It offers 12 independent bands with predefined filters, support for sidechain, processing between 10Hz and 22kHz, option for L / R or M / S and various spectral analysis modes depending on the stereo configuration.
It also has other additions such as the possibility to vary the size of the interface, be fully automated from the DAW and compare A / B presets. It features up to 4x oversampling and supports up to 192kHz sampling rate.
DSEQ is available right now priced at 79 Euros. Supports both Windows and macOS in VST / VST3, AU, RTAS and AAX formats.
More information at TBProAudio