#1
Im looking to get a half decent equalizer for my cubase right now the one on there doesnt really cut it , it doesn't have a parametric EQ and you can't sweep the frequencies to find the 'offenders'

any suggestions for a good equalizer?
NOTE: im looking for software NOT hardware
#2
The best stuff I've found so far are the SSL and API emulations from Waves. The API especially is so sweet in the high mids and highs it's almost a crime. The SSL isn't as impressive but it is a nice backup and it deals with lower mids a little better to my ears. Overall mastering EQ I'd go with a Pultec emulation (can't remember which one I use there).
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#3
Quote by professorlamp
Im looking to get a half decent equalizer for my cubase right now the one on there doesnt really cut it , it doesn't have a parametric EQ and you can't sweep the frequencies to find the 'offenders'

any suggestions for a good equalizer?
NOTE: im looking for software NOT hardware

Are you SURE that Cubase doesn't have a parametric EQ? I thought the basic default Cubase EQ was a parametric. Parametric EQ's are the most common, and what DAW's usually have as their default EQ.
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Quote by Matthias King
Are you SURE that Cubase doesn't have a parametric EQ? I thought the basic default Cubase EQ was a parametric. Parametric EQ's are the most common, and what DAW's usually have as their default EQ.


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