For years mixing professionals have understood the importance of creating a mix that works on a wide range of systems and possibly on poorer quality speakers.

Usually you'll need to invest in several pairs of speakers which can become very fiddly, space hungry and expensive as you run the risk of choosing the wrong ones!

This unique De-Vice' allows speaker comparisons to be carried out whilst mixing just as if you were using external speakers but with Speakulator speaker simulator plugin V2, you'll have total control over exactly how these different speakers will sound including simulation of "poor imaging" and "boxiness" problems at the click of a mouse button.

Insert the Speakulator plugin V2 between your Pulsar/Scope outs and power amplifier/Speaker setup and discover how essential this tool is!

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New to V2 is the 'monitor EQ Compensation mode' which allows your to tailor your monitor EQ to make up for dull or overly bassy mix translation on other speaker systems.

The concept for the EQ compensation mode in the Speakulator V2 plugin is the result of years of hands on engineering experience and an understanding of the difficulties the mixing stage of music production can bring when you need to mix for many speaker systems.

With this new mode, which basically acts like a much more powerful 'Tilt' mode which you can find on most studio quality monitors available today, you can alter both the low and high spectrum of your monitor speakers which effectively changes the way you listen when mixing.

It's one thing to say, "oh yes, next time I need to mix brighter..." or "next time I need to make the bottom end less dominant..." and another thing to actually carry it through to the final mix if you keep hearing that your mix is lacking in some area.

When your speakers are lacking in a certain frequency area, you naturally compensate for it by adding more bass (if your speakers are weak in the low frequency area for example) or creating dull sounding mixes simply because your speakers are too bright and you are reducing thesefrequencies in the mix where you should really be boosting them!

The EQ compensation section is designed to help your mixes translate as effectively as possible across the broadest range of speakers your listeners are likely to come across.



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