proximity:EQ+ – Meet the EQ plug-in that effortlessly edits the spaciousness of your audio sources
Whether it’s music or speech – the proximity:EQ+ gets you closer to premium sound. It’s a rare occasion when you actually manage to put on tape the perfect mix you’ve had spinning around in your head. We’ve all been there. You’re entering postproduction with high hopes, only to realize that the sound of your first few seconds of recording takes you right back to your old rehearsal room in the basement. It’s to fix this problem that we developed the proximity:EQ+.
Thanks to its adjustable settings for direct sound and reverberation, this plug-in lets you retrospectively shape the room’s acoustics. And, in any way you can imagine. This intuitive tool lets you turn fuzzy recordings into crisp statements. Diplomatically put an overambitious singer in the back. Or, give that muffled bass the kick it needs.
Thanks to its ability to separate reverberation and direct sound particles, the proximity:EQ+ plug-in lets you amplify or silence certain parts of your room acoustics – depending on your vision of the perfect sound in postproduction.
The entropy:EQ+ simplifies the postproduction of the harmonic and inharmonic sound components of audio recordings—seamlessly and extremely fast.
To summarize, it is a plug-in that allows for both harmonic and inharmonic sound portions to be adjusted over the entire frequency range. Take this well-known feeling, for example, you’ve already run out of patience, but the snare triggers are still too muffled, while the guitar plucking sounds are way too dominant. It’s situations like this that have encouraged us to seek new ways of EQing and thus put an end to spending countless hours of studio time on postproduction. The entropy:EQ+ simplifies the editing process for the impact noise of drums, guitars, and other plucking instruments, and introduces you to a whole new world of postproduction creativity.
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