- Nov 6, 2021
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Crave EQ was built with one purpose: uncompromising sound quality. To that end, we have created 3 highly accurate EQ models based on an ideal analog equalizer. Each model is aimed at delivering the best possible sound for a specific task. For pure analog sound, the analog phase mode is a reproduction of clean analog hardware - an essential feature for professional quality mixing. This kind of modelling requires a small amount of latency which we've managed to keep astonishingly low at just 48 samples - 1.1ms at 44kHz or 0.5ms at 96kHz.
When zero latency is a must, the digital phase mode offers a true analog EQ curve with digital phase. Digital EQs based on FIR filters often struggle with bass resolution and digital EQs based on IIR filters often have poor high frequency response. Our filtering technology ensures accuracy across the whole frequency spectrum with very little CPU usage.
For scenarios that call for linear phase, the linear phase mode offers the same true analog EQ curve as the other modes with zero phase. As you may know, higher quality linear phase processing requires higher latency. To ensure you're always getting the highest quality, the appropriate latency is selected based on the sample rate of the host.
What's New in Version 2:
Precise Stereo Positioning (Directional EQ)
Peaking and shelving filters can be precisely placed in the stereo field. Use the new M/S and L/R filter knobs in combination to apply width to adjust focus followed by panning to change direction. A new direction bar around each band shows the amount of focus and direction.
Improved Spectrum Analyzer
The new spectrum analyzer supports higher frequency resolutions, features improved ballistics and can be configured to display any of the M, S, L, R (and combined L/R) channels of the input and output signal. The analyzer can be zoomed up to 4x by dragging up/down on the frequency axis. Dedicated preset management for saving/loading analyzer presets.
Linearly Spaced Frequency Lines
Option to switch from logarithmically spaced frequency lines to a new linearly spaced frequency display. Enabled by right clicking the editor background and choosing Lines -> Linear from the context menu.
Sample Accurate Automation
Supports sample accurate automation for offline bounces with compatible hosts and plugin formats.
The phase of the signal can be inverted by clicking the Φ button.
Up to 4x Lighter on GPU
The new graphics engine uses 8x less GPU memory and is up to 4x lighter on the GPU processor.
Unique Transparent Phase Processing
Crave EQ provides four high fidelity phase models: digital (zero latency), analog, linear and transparent. Transparent phase uses a proprietary low latency phase suppression technique developed by Crave DSP that combines the best of both the analog and digital worlds. It is ideal for low latency mixing, delivering linear phase transparency at higher frequencies and analog phase filtering at lower frequencies.
The diagram below shows the four phase models in Crave EQ (analog, digital, transparent and linear) for a peaking filter at 5kHz. In this example, the transparent phase model is set to a latency of 5ms.
Four beautifully smooth, lovingly crafted EQ models for mixing and mastering
32 parametric bands with a choice of peaking, high/low shelf, high/low cut, notch, band pass and tilt filters
Directional EQ for peaking and shelving filters
Combined M/S and L/R channel processing for all filters
Solo listen (double-click a band to activate)
Configurable high-resolution spectrum analyzer (M/S, L/R and stereo input/output)
Adjustable frequency, filter and meter axes
macOS Retina and Windows high-DPI support
Velocity sensitive knobs
Automatic gain compensation
GPU accelerated graphics
Light on CPU
Piano keyboard input
Presets and user defined defaults
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