How could anybody resist this quirky, esoteric, not to mention quirky relic from Plugin Alliance and partners Lindell Audio? Well I certainly couldn't, even though I honestly had no idea what I'd use it on, but that it'd make a great talking piece for clients. Well roll on a few months and I use it far more than I'd ever thought I would, especially on busses, specifically my drum bus for hard Rock & Metal. It is epic, EQ and compress individual channels using the Bx console SSL4000E then feed to buss and use the Townhouse Compressor followed by the TE-100 and possibly the Black Box HG2 if you want a bit of dirt. It is perfection how you can shape your overall drum sound to perfectly suit the mix and because the options aren't endless it is very quick to use. Rich powerful lows (be careful not to overdo!) Smooth sparkling highs and the ability to tastefully scoop or boost mids in a really organic way. It captures the warmth of more establised historic EQs such as the Pultec but with an extra dimension of control. Thank you to Plugin Alliance and Lindell Audio! Steve Paine Lyonesse Studios
by Bd lieutenant
Got this for free! (discount/promo), After downloading & trying this gem, would gladly have paid. Totally overlooked this, as I'm just after Essential plugs, but huge 'THANK- YOU' P.A, Dirk & team & Lindell Audio, this is musical LOVE really. The warmth, understand y RAFA SARDINA has 10, & Grammys, well respected GREG WURTH (same background... King Tubbys) love this! , the videos DON'T show you reallllly how good it actually sounds, demo this... This IS a secret weapon
That EQ is amazing! Amazing low end and very stylish in that usually harsh frequencies in the (upper) mid range can be boosted a lot without it being a problem. Very usefull on rock guitars, I found.
amazing sounding and very musical eq! my go-to for bass now!
bang for my buck!
This plugin works on everything! takes no time to figure out what you want and more. my drum/vocal/ buss always has this!
Stunning character, extremely useful
Analog modeling is really advancing. I've used a lot of analog modeled EQs and have been immunized from the associated hype, but I keep trying new ones just to stay abreast of what's out there. I was not expecting much different when I demo'd this, but I was genuinely impressed - this plugin really stands out. It has rapidly become my go-to sweetening EQ. Just insert it without any shaping on a kick or even the whole mix and it imparts a tone that sounds better than most tube-style saturators. It's excellent for bringing out a lovely, edgy presence on synths - just crank the high band to the max with 12db slope and +20db, and it saturates instead of linearly boosting, in a way that is just exceptionally pleasing. This plugin means warmth, presence, and edge in a way that stands far out among competing EQs. The interface is unique and inspires different settings than you would otherwise use for a normal parametric interface. I do wish I had more control of the band ranges at times, but I find that in practice the constraints are what push you towards results that are unexpectedly sweet.
best plugin for mixing and voiceover operations!!! very useful for adding space !well done !!!
by Adomas Tyloje
The TE-100 suddenly became one of my favorite and frequently used equalizers, especially for shaping master bus, if you're searching for warm and clear sound, TE-100 will acompany you for crafting the warmness of recorded or synthesized sound. I'm enjoying the TE-100 character and warmth a lot !
by Bobbo G
This thing is amazing. Adds wonderful harmonics to the signal. Very musical fat bottom and airy highs without harshness. I love the lack of any visual reference, such as curves, bells and stuff. Without visual approaching to the eq one have to explore by ear, in territories maybe you wouldn't consider. It's a must on my vocals stem since I had it.
yes, i have too many eqs...this is a really lovely one, makes it easy to make a good sound even better with subtle use, bringing things out and shaping sounds to fit in a mix; also on busses and subgroups to "glue things together" as they say...