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Sir Elliot Studio Q (The Snob Equaliser)

2010 May 19
Posted by SirElliot

Hi.

I would like to introduce Studio Q. It is designed to offer very rich tone, which is common with hardware devices.

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As with all hardware devices the frequency response are not always flat and, Studio Q is no exception to the rule.

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The Frequency Bands are as follows:

40 cps, 60 cps, 80 cps, 120 cps, 160 cps, 240 cps, 1000 kcps, 2450 kcps, 9000 kcps and, 13500 kcps.

Feel free to watch the audio presentation to hear how it sounds.

Sir Elliot Studio Q Audio Presentation from Sir Elliot on Vimeo.

If you find the sound is appealing to your ears, you are welcome to download it for your own personal use. It is absolutely free.

http://www.box.net/shared/e1xgl5s5vo

Cheers!

9 Responses
  1. wajidali_bhutto@yahoo.com permalink
    May 22, 2010

    musicain

  2. May 26, 2010

    I don’t know why I clicked on the link to your blog, but I’m glad I did. Fine and dandy post! Please keep writing more.

  3. SirElliot permalink
    May 28, 2010

    Thank you for stopping by.

    Sir Elliot.

  4. June 12, 2010

    Sir Elliot,
    You got here a great website for musicians and plugin enthusiasts.
    I love the videos showing the tonal qualities of the plugins and comparisons between them and others. The evaluation videos are also very nice.
    One comment I have is that I think you should try and keep the volume in the on/bypass modes (in the videos) the same so that the Fletcher Munson effect doesn’t have an impact on our perception of the tonal characteristics of the plugins.
    Again, thank you for your contributions to musicians’ community.
    I’d love to get updates on your next projects.

    Sincerely,
    FreakyStudio

  5. SirElliot permalink
    June 16, 2010

    Hi.

    Thanks for your comments.

    Bear in mind the only way to balance out the levels would be adding compression which defeats the purpose since compression limits the headroom in terms of output.

    Tools One is almost always increased by +12 dB on the dry signal to compensate the output. I design powerful plug-ins so there is absolutely no reason you’ll need to double up the plug-in to achieve a very rich tone where others plug-in developers lack.

    Cheers!

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