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Duck EQ (Mac)
Duck EQ (Mac)

[Image: DuckEQ_gbl1.png]

Duck EQ is an Equaliser that reacts to a side chain input, or in other words a Ducker that can act on specific frequencies. However, it can also work as a normal Ducker, as well as an all-or-nothing dynamic EQ.

What is it good for?
Ducking has many applications in mixing and broadcast, especially for managing tracks with overlapping frequency content, like Bass and Kick Drum, Vocals and Electric Guitars etc.
DuckEQ’s integration of EQ means it can duck only specific frequency bands, as well as normal ‘broadband’ ducking. Apart from ducking, there are many other applications that DuckEQ can be used, for example instead of ducking a signal, one could apply gain to the EQ bands and “EQ-Gate” .

What’s the difference to using a compressor?
In many cases a Compressor with a SC input can do the job, however specialised duckers have more control over the gain reduction. For example, when ducking a guitar from vocal, a compressor will reduce the guitars more on loud words and less on quiet ones, which is the opposite of what is desired. A ducker reduces the gain the same amount every time.

DuckEQ User’s Guide (pdf)

About the Plugin

The VST version of this plugin has not been tested properly and may have some problems with the interface or in general, please leve some feedback if you experience any issues.

THIS PROGRAM IS FREE SOFTWARE. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3. 
This program is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY and without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

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