Bettermaker has joined the Plugin Alliance fold with the release of its EQ232D, based on the company’s earlier software-controlled hardware Bettermaker EQ232P MkII – itself a recreation of a classic analogue mastering EQ.

Bettermaker EQ232DThe EQ232P won favour with its recreation of the lush bottom and smooth top of Pultec EQs. This modelled plug-in version of the EQ follows the analogue original. Its P EQ section – recreated in the Bettermaker EQ232D plug-in – recreates the curves and workflow of Pultec EQs, but with tremendous clean headroom, and without the extra grit or distortion of a vintage tube piece.

With the original Bettermaker team at its developmental helm helping to ensure its authenticity, features of the plug-in include five EQ filters on each channel, including two Pultec sections and two high-pass filters, plus four parametric filters with wide frequency ranges; passive P EQ section comprising shelving filters based on legendary Pultec EQ filters, including separate boost and attenuation knobs; 24dB/oct high-pass filter; two parametric filters per channel, covering frequencies from 15Hz to 15kHz; Stereo, Dual Mono, and M/S modes; and, of course, lots of presets to kickstart user workflow, including four exclusive mastering and mix buss presets made by Luca Pretolesi of Studio DMI – all accessible via an intuitive interface.

The Bettermaker EQ232D is available in AAX AudioSuite, AAX Native, AU, VST2 and VST3 formatsfor macOS 10.9 through 10.15 and Windows 7 through 10 at an MSRP of US$299.

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