A simple to use audio plugin with a unique build that allows you to track pitch in real-time and fine-tune the harmonics in a simple manner
|Updated||December 23 2019|
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|Crack Size||51.3 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
SurferEQ is a comprehensive audio plugin designed to offer conventional equalizer duties and some advanced pitch-tracking capabilities.
In a few words, it can automatically track monophonic instruments or vocals and move the bands with the flow of the music, in order to achieve a more natural-sounding harmonic balance.
Subsequent to its installation and upon launching it, you are greeted by a compact main window with a modern-looking and intuitive graphical user inteface.
This plugin provides you with the possibility to control the pitch with the help of MIDI notes. Put simply, it makes it possible for you to control its equalizer bands with just a few keystrokes.
Thanks to its advanced filter algorithms, you can control the entire series of harmonics of any instrument using just a single equalization band. This is mainly possible thanks to a four-mode filter and other high-pass, low-pass, shelf and bell-shaped filters.
With its very powerful pitch-tracking algorithm, as well as asymmetric and morphing equalizer algorithms, useful harmonic filters, a tree-mode MIDI control support for spectrum analysis, it is safe to say that SurferEQ Crack is a must-have tool for music engineers that battle the typical situations when recording like 'voice over instruments' or vice versa.
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