Oek-Sound has released Soothe, a dynamic equalizer with self-adjusting frequency bands. Unlike a traditional EQ, Soothe analyzes the input signal on the fly and automatically adjusts frequency reduction. You no longer need to manually notch any problematic mid and high frequencies. Reduction kicks in when and where it’s needed, without affecting nearby frequencies. The result is more detail, top end, and presence. Originally designed as vocal processor, Oek-Sound promises that Soothe works wonders on any kind of individual track, to tame things like sibilance, fingerboard noises, or overly bright instruments, as well as on sub mixes and the master bus.
Oek-Sound Soothe is available now for €149, with an intro price of €99 (currently around $108) until November 6. It requires macOS 10.7 or later and an AU, VST, or AAX plugin host.