Sonimus Stone4EQ

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2017/11/10 17:46:43 (permalink)

Sonimus Stone4EQ

StonEQ 4k - Satson series




StonEQ 4k was born from Sonimus´desire to create a surgical equalizer that can also be used in a musical way. Inspired by the idea of mixing the best of the 4000 EQ’s two units: The Brown version (which in our opinion is the most musical) and the best attributes of the Black version...more

Key Features

▪Refined analog style. Four bands and two filters▪Highs: Featuring selectable high shelf or bell filter▪High Mids: Ranging from 300 Hz to 7000 Hz▪Low Mids: Ranging from 100 Hz to 3000 Hz▪Lows: Featuring selectable low shelf or bell filter▪Filters: Featuring low pass and high pass filters▪Saturation: Ranges from very subtle, passing through "warm" levels, all the way to levels approaching overdriven▪Output control to level the output volume▪A/B switch for A/B comparison▪Presets system to create and edit both user and factory presets▪Support for HQ screen resolution (Retina)▪Optimized for real time usage▪Internal 64-bit floating point double precision
Regular price: $ 59

Introductory price: $ 49


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    Eddie TX
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    Re: Sonimus Stone4EQ 2017/11/10 20:38:15 (permalink)
    Well, well, well ... yet another SSL EQ? Hold on, this might be something worth looking into, since it includes both HP and LP filters, which others like Slate and OverTone lack, not to mention the Boz Hoser (my current fav console-style EQ) and HoRNet SW34, which are great but ... sure would be nice to have the filters on those.
     
    Sonimus stuff is always top-notch quality. Will demo this for sure.
     
    Cheers,
    Eddie
     

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    Eddie TX
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    Re: Sonimus Stone4EQ 2017/11/15 05:18:54 (permalink)
    Hey folks, just following up with my results from demoing this plugin, which has become my new favorite console-style EQ.
     
    With nearly everything I tried it on -- drums, bass, guitars -- the Sonimus just sounded better to me than my previous go-to, the Boz Hoser. In most cases, I could get a more open and natural sound out of the Sonimus than with the Boz.
     
    And that was without engaging the filters or the Drive control past its default. These features make it even more compelling -- the Drive is very analog-sounding, not harsh at all. The filters are VERY smooth, as with Sonimus' other plugins like Sweetone. Having all these in one plugin, while consuming negligible CPU, seals the deal.
     
    Not knocking the Boz plugin -- it still sounds really good and has some nice features, including VU meters and the clever graph superimposed on the knobs. But Sonimus has knocked it out of the park yet again. 
     
    This EQ is billed as part of a "Satson Series," which could mean more SSL-style plugins down the road. Looking foward to those.
     
    Cheers,
    Eddie
     

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