Eventide Audio has announced the first upgrade to its SplitEQ plug-in.
Version 1.0.12 adds user-requested features such as Dark and Colorblind Accessible themes, the ability to flip the direction of its Transient and Tonal handle tabs, and mouse wheel control of Q on the displayed EQ plot, as well as other small bug fixes and improvements.
The update is a free download for SplitEQ owners. Users can check their current version number by mousing over the Eventide logo in SplitEQ.
SplitEQ is an advanced equalization plug-in featuring Eventide’s Structural Split technology. Input signals are divided into separate Transient and Tonal streams that then feed eight bands of precise, musical filters for independent equalization.
Pricing and Availability
The update is available now as a free download for existing SplitEQ owner. For new users, SplitEQ is available for $129 through the end of March 2022 (reg. $179). Cross-grade pricing is available for owners of Physion, Eventide’s first Structural Split-enabled plug-in. A demo version is also available.
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Sorely tempted, but on older mac pro and concerned about CPU hogging. From experience, has performance been improved with this new release?