The plugin works on both Windows and OS X, so nearly anybody can use it without a hassle. I use it in Pro Tools LE 7. I've used this on guitar busses without any issues at all. There are also stereo input and output gain sliders to control the levels going in and out of the plug-in.
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This parametric EQ wqves handedly revolutionized the digital recording world thanks to its versatility and transparency. It is great to have some analog modeled eq's in your arsenal, but it is also essential to have a digital eq available whenever you are trying to avoid adding analog 'color' to a recording.
The H-Eq from Waves is another option because it gives you the option of both digital filters, and analog modeled filters. The 'gain' setting makes the amplitude of s10 filter louder or quieter. If you really need to do some precise, 'surgical' equalization, Q10 is the way to go. With power and features that far surpass the capabilities of analog equalizers, the Q10 lets you create special effects and spectral mod Sign up for Equipboard to reply or ask this user a question. Presets for wqves, pseudo-stereo, band limiting, comb filtering, crossovers, hum removal, and more.
I don't have a manual so I can't speak to how useful it is or not.
I don't use it as much as I used to since Ozone has it sown little built-in parametric EQ, and I usually have that on the master buss somewhere, but this used to be my go-to plugin for all kinds of different EQing. Wait found my Ears! Fruity parametrics is good, but i need something a parafraphic better. Performance is still the same, but it's just a pain with the way Logic implements that bridge application because the plugin doesn't remain visible in the background.
I wasn't involved with the installation process of the Waves Ltd. There are also stereo input and output gain sliders to control the levels going in and out of the plug-in. I can say that I don't know of any problems wavees terms of installation or compatibility if there are any to be had.
I use it in Pro Tools LE 7. The software is easy to download and install from the Waves website.
User reviews: Waves Q10 Equalizer - Audiofanzine
I tend to prefer the parametric EQs as opposed to graphic EQs due to me being able to control the Q a bit easier. The plugin itself is mostly meant for the master buss, but you can use it on whatever you'd like. I have used it on everything from vocals to drums. It is very easy to get started with this plug-in if you have any intuition about equalization.
The price isn't too expensive and is perfect for home studio owners looking for a reasonably priced EQ plug-in that offers up a lot of flexibility. I had no compatibility errors and it has been running smoothly since I installed it. It has always run flawlessly on this set up and I am able to run a few of these at once. I almost always load Q10 in my first plug-in slot to wages any 'harsh' frequency regions in my recorded signal. There's an old trick I developed where I notch out frequencies from white noise until it becomes harmonic.
I've been using the Mercury bundle for the past six or paratraphic months, and it's been a wonderful experience.
With power and features that far surpass the capabilities of analog equalizers, the Q10 lets you create special effects and spectral modifications that range from subtle to extreme. While I use it mostly for these applications, this is a good overall EQ and can be used on just about anything you'd like.
I think they've officially been around for about 20 or so years now. The ease of the interface makes it easy to do what I want it to do. During the 90s, they released a plugin that was a parametric EQ. Having ten bands of EQ is a huge advantage as it allows you to really zone in on the tone that you are after. If you aren't very experienced with eq'ing audio, the included presets are a good place to start.