Sir Elliot’s Eighteen Band Graphic Equaliser now features an extended high (EH) frequency contour.
With the extended high frequency contour, more prominence will be accomplished on cymbals even under low sample rates such as 44.1 kHz.
Using Sir Elliot’s Eighteen Band Graphic Equaliser EH Under high sample rates such as 96 kHz – 192 kHz enables you to take full advantage of the extended high frequency contour with no limitations based on the Nyquist Theory under low sample rates such as 48 kHz & 44.1 kHz
Nineteen selectable frequency bands ranging from 20 Hz to 22,000 kHz (20 Hz – 36,000 kHz on higher sample rates)
LED Power Indicator
Selected Frequency Range: 20 Hz – 22,000 kHz (36,000 kHz for 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 & 384 kHz)
Frequency Bandwidth: 7.5 Hz – 44,000 kHz +/- 3 dB
Note: Frequency Bandwidth is based on 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 and, 384 kHz sample rates.
Sir Elliot’s 18-Band Equaliser is optimised for high sample rates ranging from 88.1 kHz – 384 kHz, however will perform fine on lower sample rates such as 48 – 44.1 kHz
Lowest frequency affected having the 20 Hz slider at maximum before roll-off occurs: 7.5 Hz
LOW SAMPLE RATES (44.1 kHz, 48 kHz)
Highest affected frequency having the 22 kHz slider at maximum before roll-off occurs: 20 kHz
HIGH SAMPLE RATES (96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz, 384 kHz)
Highest affected frequency having the 36 kHz slider at maximum before roll-off occurs: 47 kHz
44.1 kHz: 4 %
88.2 kHz: 8 %
96 kHz: 10.0 %
CPU Consumption is based on a Pentium 4 single-core 3 GHZ computer using Windows XP (Service Pack III) operating system.
If Sir Elliot’s 18-Band Equaliser EH sounds pleasing to your ears, you are more than welcome to use it as often as you like.
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