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NUGEN Audio Upgrades SEQ Plug-In with SEQ-S, SEQ-ST

New Fluid Morphing and Match-Mode Capabilities for SEQ-S and SEQ-ST Equalizer Plug-Ins; SEQ-S and SEQ-ST Offer Real-Time, Visual Feedback

NUGEN Audio’s SEQ-ST Spline EQ with Filter Morphing, mid/side

NUGEN Audio in Leeds, UK, announces a significant upgrade of SEQ its sonic-sculpting and matching EQ plug-in. SEQ is available in two versions: SEQ-S, a full-surround post-production spline equalizer, and SEQ-ST, a stereo version ideal for music production and mastering.

The upgrade adds a new fluid filter morphing feature to both tools that enables morphs between two sets of curves for creative effects and controlled scene transitions. In addition, SEQ-S and SEQ-ST now feature an improved match EQ algorithm that provides increased detail and enables users to match the tone of different recordings with greater fidelity and ease.

NUGEN Audio’s SEQ-ST Spline EQ with Filter Morphing, stereo

SEQ-S and SEQ-ST reportedly enable users to massage and correct any audio with detailed resolution. Both SEQ-S and SEQ-ST provide sonic sculpting and precision EQ matching including stereo mid/side operation, automated spectrum analysis, curve smoothing, and a direct-draw spline interface for corrective applications. 

With the upgrade, the new filter morphing feature has wide-ranging application within the music, film, and post-production environments. Both tools now allow fluid morphing between two sets of filter curves under full user control, making them useful for creative effects and controlled scene transitions. Three fully independent filter-envelope transition pairs enable seamless transformation from one EQ envelope to another to drive all-new creative potential for transitions, beat-synched sweep effects, and more. Users can apply tempo matching to drive a lift into a new section, and new looping options and tempo multipliers add even more rhythmic possibilities. 

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