Haven’t tried it yet - but I haven’t got any API 550 emulations, so this may be interesting.
Just had a quick play, it’s obvious it’s not a straight emulation of the 550 (four bands not three!) the frequency knobs all sweep (no detents) which I like, and there a solo switch for hearing the band you’re affecting - excellent - not that I have any experience with a real 550, but this EQ sounds nice at first hearing, is great for boosting or notching guitars (which is what I tried it on) and when pushed, it breaks up nicely, worked well on a send to add parallel distortion and top end sparkle (yes there’s a shelf switch too - top and bottom.) Well worth every penny of - er, nothing!
Last day today - seriously get it - it’s a lovely EQ - really versatile.
Thanks for pointing this out, have installed it but not played with it yet.
I missed it. Would anyone mind sharing.
Is it okay to share?
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You needed to make a request for a serial number within the proper time frame.
You snooze, you lose. You had your chance and you blew it, etc. …
BTW, it’s pretty sweet … especially for the price!
What are you talking about? it was a free eq. I didnt know how it worked. usually with free stuff you can back date it. I have done that plenty with magazines.
Never once mentioned pirating or anything of the sort.
I am sure the waves version will be just fine. Figured if I could grab a free one with extra bands that might be cool. Oh well
No worries, man. I doubt if it will make or break your mix. Always nice to have options, though. I need more EQs like I need more holes in my head … .
Understood, and no offense meant. (It’s a $140 plugin.)
Can u clarify please? Was this post discussing pirated/cracked software?
Oh ok. Wow. 140. Yeh i meant no harm. My bad guys. Ill be quicker next time.