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Multiband processor - Dynamic EQ

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DMG Audio / Multplicity Multiband EQ

A step forward for precision mastering. Multiband compression, expansion, gating, dynamic EQ, the lot. Whether repairing or enhancing a signal, Multiplicity gives you a degree of control that isn't possible with anything else.

Features

    8 bands of crossover and dynamic EQ.
    Dual-stage dynamic handling separates transients and dynamics.
    Dual-timing release. No more pumping.
    Beautiful, minimalist user interface.
    Bit-transparent linear phase crossover and band-splitting.
    Extensive graphing and feedback.
    Windows VST, VST3 and AAX as 32+64bit
    Mac VST, VST3, AU and AAX as 32+64bit

174.99GBP, down to 157.50GBP for the first month, minus your loyalty discount from owning others.

https://dmgaudio.com/multiplicity

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i have all their plugins and it's still about 100 pounds-- luckily the pound is unusally soft at the moment which makes it affordable

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 I've got plenty from PA, Waves, IK, Melda's Super Duper EQ, Ozone Advance.   Too many to the point of passing on Fab Filters EQ.

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19 minutes ago, Leadfoot said:

Hahahahahahahaha!!!!!! That's hilarious!!

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5 hours ago, backwoods said:

i have all their plugins and it's still about 100 pounds-- luckily the pound is unusally soft at the moment which makes it affordable

Same here but still don't know if I'll pick it up. I have MB comps, eq's covered & don't tend to use them that much.

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Fabfilter Pro-MB is cheaper than this...and, if I 

were choosing, FF would win hands down

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That's pretty self explanatory IMO.  Pull the demo's of both and
and compare, and then you'll know why.

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49 minutes ago, cclarry said:

That's pretty self explanatory IMO.  Pull the demo's of both and
and compare, and then you'll know why.

I've owned FF's MB for years along with their others. This is too  deep with features to hastily try to demo or compare. I've already found better uses for this over MB but won't judge it until I have the facts. For me it's $100.00,  not a bad price .

Funny, I remember many complained on the other forum that FF's prices were too high...until they tried their plugins.😉

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Believe me, I'm not saying that it may not be good.
I'm saying that, if I were going to spend that kind of
money, I'd buy FF MB.  I KNOW what I'm getting
for my money with FF.  Nugen also makes really good 
products, but, again, for the money, I'd still buy FF.
I have Ozone 8 Advanced, which has all that this offers
and MORE, so would be hard pressed to pay the asking 
price.  I won't even pay FF's asking price.  Even at $100,
I'd still be hard pressed.  $29 is the new $200!

There's always sales, and due to the fact that I already
"have all these bases covered", paying $200 would be 
out of the question for me.

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