API 550

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WA550

API 550 Etendre

$249.00


$249.00 HT

Waves API 550 is modeled on the late 1960’s legend, the API 550A EQ provides reciprocal and repeatable equalization at 15 points in 5 steps of boost, divided into three overlapping ranges. Its high and low frequency ranges are individually selectable as either peaking or shelving, and a band-pass filter can be inserted independently of all other settings.

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The 550B, with its renowned four overlapped EQ bands, is invaluable as both a problem solver and a sweetening device. With 7 switchable filter frequencies spanning up to 5 octaves per band, the 550B’s “Proportional Q” automatically widens the filter bandwidth at minimal settings and narrows it at higher settings. It even lets you undo previous processing, affect or even reverse tonal modifications. With their vast range of tonal possibilities, the API 550A and 550B are a pair of versatile EQs with that one-of-a-kind API sound.

Features
• Modeled vintage EQ plugins
• Developed in association with API
• API 550A: 5 selected frequency centers per band
• API 550A: Maximum 12 dB of boost/cut per band in 2-3 dB steps
• API 550A: “Proportional Q” narrows filter Q at extremes High headroom +30 dB clip level
• API 550B: 7 selected frequency centers
• API 550B: 12 dB of boost/cut per band
• API 550B: Bands 1 and 4 offer shelf/peak switching
• API 550B: High headroom +30 dB clip level

Condition Neuf
Type Logiciel
Application Enregistrement & Mixage
Quantité 1

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JJP Strings & Keys

Jack Joseph Puig on JJP Strings & Keys: “When I’m dealing with strings and keyboard parts, in general I want them to be radiant and beautiful. I want to shape the tonality to fit what the song needs to be, so when it comes out of the speaker, it’s on another level. With JJP Strings & Keys, it’s set up so you can really follow your instincts, to bring out the complexities in your keyboard parts and orchestrations. You might want to use some delay and make it wider, or add a little air for a more ambient feel. Sometimes you’ll want it dry and in-your-face. Whatever I do, it has to serve the song.”

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