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Pultec-style two-channel analog equalizer features digital recall of all parameter controls plus automation via a DAW plug-in

TransAudio Group is shipping the Bettermaker EQ 232P, a flexible two-channel  analog equalizer that updates a classic design and adds the digital  accuracy, repeatability and consistency of a plug-in. Every parameter setting of the EQ 232P, which is a  Pultec-style stereo/dual mono analog equalizer featuring five filters on  each channel, may be saved in up to 399 presets in the unit’s internal  memory, and may additionally be fully automated, and all settings saved with the DAW project, using the supplied software  plug-in.
 
Both channels of the EQ 232P include a 12 dB/octave high-pass filter  covering the range 18 Hz – 200 Hz. There are two active parametric  filters on each channel: EQ1 extends from 45 Hz to 1 kHz and EQ2 from  650 Hz to 15 kHz. The PEQ section, an homage to the classic 1950s Pultec analog equalizer design, features high- and  low-frequency shelving passive filters, each with separate boost and  attenuation controls, just like the original. The HF section also  includes a fully variable bandwidth control, also similarly to the Pultec.

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