Customer Reviews

  • A Must Have

    by Headstack
    Very clean, easy to find problem areas and nudge.
    Love this, and the original v2
  • Very precise

    by TonVE
    For me eq is for fixing problems in any source, and highlight and balance a source, mix or master.
    This tool is perfect for that. For instance some ugly tom ringing at 140 Hz. Fixed without losing any tone or dynamic.
    The dynamic eq option is a great tool for taming too enthusiastic frequencies.
    And then M/S mode,... wow, its all here in this eq. Best I ever worked with.
  • bx_digital v3

    by Peter Indenkämpen
    This one lives permanently on my masterbuss. It controls the M/S processing and holds control of the gain. I can change the timbre of my sound in seconds. Not to mention notching problematic frequencies etc. Just great!
  • Medical EQ for magical sound

    by Gearmaster
    I am very happy with this purchase! If anything needs to be fixed just put this to an insert slot and I set it up quickly.If I want to do something more special I just set it up until it comes together. Brilliant!
  • A No Brainer for MS Processing

    by Elliott S.
    Even though there are plenty M/S EQ available, the bx_digital V3 remains always on the master for the finals checks and eventual adjustments. An efficient no brainer!
  • This is a fantastic EQ!

    by spbmac
    Absolutely LOVE the auto-listen/auto-solo features--so helpful when trying to pinpoint the offending resonances. So many useful features intuitively laid out all in one interface. It's hard to pick just a couple to highlight. It's very precise and clean. Fantastic control over Mids -vs- Sides. Love the Bass & Presence shift knobs with selectable curves for quickly shaping tone. Love this plugin.
  • Great EQ

    by Luiz Zen
    I felt in love with AMEK after trying it, so I was looking to something similar to it. I found bx_digital V3 the closest in terms of functionality and UI. Of course, no comparison to AMEK sound wise (that one is gorgeous!).
    The one thing I'd like bx_digital V3 was more similar to AMEK is the Auto Listen feature. In bx_digital V3 the Q is too sharp, surgical, while in AMEK it is more open, pleasing. It would be awesome to be able to choose a Q factor for the Auto Listen.
    And the other thing is that the shiny Link led buttons call more attention than the on/off buttons of each band. This is annoying, it makes it difficult to quickly check which bands are turned on/off because our eyes are dragged immediately to the shiny Link leds instead of the on/off buttons on each band. So it would be great to have that fixed. Again, get AMEK as a reference/example ;-)
    Other than those issues, this EQ is great.
  • Hardware emulation?

    by VIP sound technology institute of Dartmouth
    Best eq maybe add a couple more eq bands only thing I can think of.. also it says hardware emulation what hardware are we talking about here?
  • A modern classic

    by Gijs
    Love this plugin on the mix bus, subtly widening it, summing the low end, slightly boosting highs on the side channel, the bass shift tightening the lows a little, de-essing the mid channel a littlebit. The sum of all those subtle tweaks is very much not subtle. A must have for me.
  • The best is the best

    by Nick Riley
    I have spend a good deal of time with the V3 EQ and I’ve got to say, there’s just absolutely nothing like it. It’s an absolute dream to use and a god send for eq’ing in a transparent but usable way. The automatic solo for frequency bands is a real game changer