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Softube Weiss EQ1

Posted on: Sunday 10th of May 2020

Weiss Engineering’s EQ1 has been the market-leading hardware digital mastering equalizer since its release in 1996. The sonic qualities of EQ1– combined with its flexibility as a Minimum Phase EQ, a Linear Phase EQ, or a Dynamic EQ – made it a highly-prized equalizer. A line-by-line code port of the original hardware, with added functionality and ergonomics, the Weiss EQ1 plug-in is the latest  of Softube’s successful partnership with Weiss Engineering. An association that kicked off with the plug-in version of a processor with a place in every mastering studio worldwide, the Weiss DS1-MK3 (read our review from Resolution 17.3).

For those who want it all and want it all to be Weiss, Softube is also releasing the Weiss Complete Collection. The Complete Collection includes our six collaborative Weiss products: the all-new EQ1 and Gambit Series for Console 1, the prized DS1- MK3, plus MM-1, Compressor/Limiter, and Deess.  Developed closely with and fully endorsed by Weiss Engineering and Daniel Weiss, these products prove that Swiss and Swedish engineering make a stellar team. Every mastering house worldwide will want this bundle of plug-ins in their collection.

Prices:
• Weiss EQ1 – 549 USD (Intro price: $499 until June 5th)

• Weiss Gambit Series For Console 1 $299 (Intro price: $169 until June 5th)

• Weiss Complete Collection – $999 USD (Intro price: $820 until June 5th)

www.softube.com

www.weiss.ch



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