Voxengo GlissEQ 3.1

Aleksey Vaneev
5.1 MB
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GlissEQ is a parametric equalizer AU and VST plugin for professional music production applications.  The most interesting and unique feature GlissEQ offers you is its filters with dynamic behavior.  While when using a normal equalizer you always get what you have set: if you specify a 6 dB boost at 100 Hz you get exactly a 6 dB boost at 100 Hz.  GlissEQ offers you a slightly different approach: when you specify +6 dB at 100 Hz, you don’t necessarily get 6 dB of gain, filter’s effective gain is adjusted dynamically according to the sound material you are filtering.

Such “dynamic behavior” of GlissEQ’s filters gives you a friendly, assisting equalization experience.  Boosting up the highs will not create the fatiguing effect of overload; boosting up the lows will not make things sound mushy.  Instead, you will get a pleasant transient-emphasizing effect bringing life and dimension to your tracks.  The pronunciation of the dynamic behavior can be controlled via special “Dyn” parameter.  In reality, this “Dyn” parameter adds a whole new dimension to the equalizer as you know it!

Beside this wonderful “dynamic behavior”, GlissEQ features real-time spectrum analyzer.  Moreover, the spectrum of a track can be exported to any other instance of GlissEQ thus making real-time inter-track spectrum comparisons possible.  This can help you free frequency ranges in one track to allow the instrument in another track occupying same frequencies breathe.


  • Filters with dynamic behavior
  • Up to 32 filter bands
  • Narrow-band sweeping
  • Channel grouping
  • 64-bit floating point processing
  • A/B comparisons
  • Real-time spectrum analysis
  • 16 filter types
  • Multi-channel processing
  • Mid/side processing
  • Preset manager
  • Contextual hint messages
  • Real-time spectrum import/export
  • Harmonically-enhanced filter type
  • Internal channel routing
  • Up to 8x oversampling
  • Undo/redo history


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