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Applied Computer Music Technologies Release ACM210X1 Graphical EQ

Applied Computer Music Technologies have release the ACM210X1, a graphical EQ plugin for Linux users, available for £45.00. Use code D5C39F80 to receive 30% off for a limited time.

The ACM210X1 is a versatile graphical EQ plugin with a wide range of zero latency analogue modelled filters and a realtime FFT display.

The ACM210X1 graphical EQ proves that digital EQ doesn’t have to sound digital. Using innovative processing algorithms to accurately model analogue filters, without extra latency or high CPU demand, the ACM210X1 delivers the desirable qualities of analogue EQ with digital precision.

Features include:

  • Up to ten filter bands.
  • De-cramped filters.
  • Comprehensive set of filter types, accurately modelled across the full 20Hz to 20kHz audio range.
  • Realtime FFT display.
  • Pre / post process FFT monitoring.
  • FFT slope compensation.
  • Smooth parameter interpolation with no ‘zipper noise’ when adjusting the plug-in settings.
  • Resizable graphical user interface.

The ACM210X1 is available to Linux users (VST2, VST3, JACK and CLAP).

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