Sir Elliot now offers download servers in Russia. As with the Server in China, Sweden and, the United States, there will be a blog stationed in Russia with a .ru domain. The official launch will be the 6th of February 2012.
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Please visit The Global Download Section to download
Sir Elliot’s 11-Band Equaliser Series II
Sir Elliot Eleven Band Graphic Equaliser was designed to compliment music that offers a higher harmonic versus fundamental ratio. The Eleven Band Graphic Equaliser offers a sharper tone than the previous models while, maintaining a mellow tone.
Due to the limited frequency bandwidth, the Eleven Band Graphic Equaliser it is more suited for low sample rates such as 44.1 – 48 kHz.
Please visit the Global Download Section to download the 11-Band Graphic Equaliser.
Sir Elliot’s 21-Band Vintage Equaliser is first of many new plug-ins designed to function on 88.2 kHz (minimum) and above sample rates.
This will be the new standard of my designs as I will no longer create plug-ins that support 48 kHz and below sample rates.
The 21-Band Vintage Equaliser offers an adjustable frequency range from 11 Hz – 40,000 kHz in addition to sporting an ultrasonic roll-off filter ranging from 10 kHz to 100 kHz.
As with my preamplifiers, the 21-Band Vintage Equaliser brings forth it’s own tonal characteristics. The end result is a rich full tone taking full advantage of the frequency bandwidth ranging from 44,200 kHz to 100,000 kHz.
Please visit the “Global Download Section” under “88.2 kHz Plugins.”
I will be focusing on Hardware designs until further notice. Due to designing hardware for the past 20 years, it was inevitable I would sooner or later go back to my roots.
If you are a do it yourself person, you should see a few loudspeaker blue prints displayed in the near future. Bear in mind audio circuits will not be offered free.
New VST plug-ins will pop up from time to time. However, the new designs will operate only from 88.2 kHz and above. In the high end Jazz & Classical market 96 kHz, 24-bit is very common and, I find my creativity being limited focusing on anything lower than 88.2 kHz.
In the event you have a question regarding my VSTs currently available, you are more than welcome to contact me using the private messaging service on Gearslutz.