• PTH-2A Vintage EQ Plug-in for Mac and PC View Cart / Checkout
A cost reduced alternative to a full Pultec EQP-1A style emulation, retaining the essential signature vintage sounds.
The elegant simplicity of vintage Pultec style designs, renowned for their signature 'low-end trick' - the ability to both boost and cut the low frequencies at the same time - adds powerful, tight bass boost without sacrificing detail, focus or definition - often a challenge, even for modern digital EQs.
Emulating classic vintage hardware, the plug-in provides a subset of a more feature rich EQP-1A style EQ. The characteristic separate boost and attenuate controls shape the frequency curves, while the same innovative algorithms used for the PTC-2A recreate a genuine analogue filter response without additional latency or high CPU demand.
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System Requirements - Windows PCs:
- 32Bit Systems: Windows 7 or later and a VST compatible host application.
- 64Bit Systems: Windows 7 or later (64Bit) and a VST compatible host application.
- Requires Mac OS X v.10.8 - v.10.12
- An AudioUnit or VST compatible host.
|•||Mac Audio Unit 32 & 64Bit||V2.2.1|
|•||Mac VST2 32 & 64Bit||V2.2.1|
|•||Windows VST2 32 & 64Bit||V2.2.1|
|•||Separate LF Boost and Attenuate Controls||Simultaneous low frequency boost and cut, emulating the classic 'Low-end trick'.|
|•||Three LF filter frequencies||Switchable to 30Hz, 60Hz and 100Hz, provides a subset of the PTC-2A ranges.|
|•||Five HF / Mid Boost frequencies||Provides a subset of the PTC-2A ranges.|
|•||Physical Control Weighting||Replicates the 'feel' as well as the look of high quality rotary controls.|
|•||Passive Filters||6dB / Octave passive filter emulation maintains the smooth frequency response and desirable control interaction of classic vintage designs.|
|•||Transformer-coupled gain stage||Similar to original vintage EQs, the passive filters are followed by a transformer-coupled tube amplifier stage which further enhances the vintage qualities.|
|•||Analogue Filter Modelling||Analogue Filter Modelling algorithms recreate natural analogue filter curves, without requiring high sample rates or CPU intensive upsampling, allowing more plugin instances in a typical DAW.|