Toneboosters updates its analog-modelled, dynamic Equalizer to v4.1.8

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Toneboosters updates its analog-modelled, dynamic Equalizer to v4.1.8 and adds analog circuitry modelling.

Since version 4.1.3, the following features have been implemented:

  • Analog circuitry modelling. Every filter section can now run in pure digital mode or using analog circuitry modelling providing warmth and character.
  • A new high-quality mode is available that uses oversampling and anti-aliasing filters for even higher-quality equalization.
  • New filter types include flat-top filters of various orders, new high-order low and high shelving filters and a new spectral tilt filter.
  • You can now set the color of curves and controls for each individual filter section.
  • Improved visual indication of the time-varying gain when filters run in dynamic equalization mode.
  • Undo/redo functionality to improve workflow.
  • Lasso function to move and modify multiple filter sections simultaneously.
  • Cross-hair functionality when hovering the equalizer.
  • Over 10x reduction of plugin state memory communicated to host programs.
  • Redesign of the controls panel to improve workflow and filter data.
  • Improved scroll bar interaction with the mouse for zooming and scrolling.
  • Grid lines can now be enabled or disabled.
  • Snap-to-zero can now be enabled or disabled.
  • New color theme has been added.
  • New drop down menu to quickly resize the interface.
  • Double-click in various corners will now automatically initiate a new filter with the appropriate type (high-pass, low-shelf, low-pass, or high-shelf).
  • Improved GUI drawing performance.
  • Improved UI spacing at low frequencies.
  • Various stability and performance improvements.

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