Smooth, surgical 5-band EQ
capable of handling any source.
The Cambridge EQ plug-in for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces is a “go to” tool for professional engineers looking for powerful tone shaping with smooth sonics. Whether you’re putting the finishing touches on a master, radically reshaping tracks, or fixing problem areas from poorly recorded sources, the Cambridge EQ plug-in is a must-have tool for every engineer’s toolbox.
Accurately shape signals with five bands of parametric or shelving EQ
Add transparent sparkle and get rid of low-end rumble with 17 high and low pass filter types
Get surgical with three types of Q and resonant shelf per band
Use Zoom control on EQ graph for easy viewing of fine adjustments
“I turn to the Cambridge EQ for cutting out those unwanted frequencies”
– Ariel Borujow (Chromeo, Mac Miller, Madonna)
November 15, 2022
Simple & Musical
I did not expect to like this EQ. The GUI is really ugly, to me anyway. It's also a little on the small side. But that adaptive Q thing it has going on is just so musical. Not always...Read More
October 6, 2022
I use the cambridge EQ always in my mastering channel. It ist very smooth and sounds great.Read More
September 22, 2022
Great but late
Great sounding EQ with a lot of versatility. I don’t use it a lot because I find it has high latency.Read More
September 1, 2022
I Like itRead More
July 27, 2022
It Works Well
I use it on the drum and instrument bus to take out the muddiness. It gives the the bright bump up in energy I was looking for that made me buy it....Read More
July 15, 2022
sounds great. Super intuitive, nice visual eq!Read More
Five bands of parametric or shelving EQ
17 high and low pass filter types
Three types of Q and resonant shelf per band
One click A/B switching between setups
Editable graphical EQ curve display
Low pass and high pass filters with seventeen filter slopes including 2nd-6th order Butterworth and elliptical filters as well as standard cut filters from 6-36db/octave
Analog-type filters use a proprietary algorithm, which avoids problems typical to digital EQs
Filters work at high frequencies without oversampling
Parametric section controls emulate popular high-end analog consoles
Complex Lattice Filters provide smooth, analog-like sound
Three-step Zoom control on EQ graph for easy viewing of fine adjustment
Simple & Musical
I did not expect to like this EQ. The GUI is really ugly, to me anyway. It's also a little on the small side. But that adaptive Q thing it has going on is just so musical. Not always what I want, but I got used to is so quickly. I will probably over use it... Also, so many filter slopes that I feel like I need to go back to school... and I'll definitely need to read the manual for the 3 "Type" options. No idea what those are yet... excited to find out. :)
I use the cambridge EQ always in my mastering channel. It ist very smooth and sounds great.
Great but late
Great sounding EQ with a lot of versatility. I don’t use it a lot because I find it has high latency.
I Like it
It Works Well
I use it on the drum and instrument bus to take out the muddiness. It gives the the bright bump up in energy I was looking for that made me buy it.
sounds great. Super intuitive, nice visual eq!
Simple de entender, fácil de usar.
No soy experto, pero lo que busco en un ecualizador es poder ajustar los parámetros fácilmente y visualizar la curva de graves, agudos y medios. Este ecualizador lo hace muy bien y de manera sencilla! Suena muy bien! Vale la pena!
Only thing missing…
The plug in works very well. The only thing that would make it great is RMS metering would be available to make adjusting even quicker. Time is money.
Can't get tight enough EQ's.
The Q Value of the plugin really lacks. You can not bring it tight enough when doing major boosts or major cuts, thus removing stuff one does not want to remove.
Most underrated UAD plug in
the title says it all. it's my most used eq. used it all the time in 2000s, and recently went back to it.
Still a worthy addition to your EQ collection.
This has become my most used EQ.
I use it mainly for subtractive EQ. It's transparent, has great filters and it's light on CPU.
I don't boost with it often. Otherwise to admit I have to many plugins ;)
Simple and sounds gr8
good and good
Cool and universal!) EQ for every day
Great equalizer! I use it in all projects. I recommend it!!!
Easy to use, surgical and light on CPU. Top plugin!
Seriously comprehensive EQ control. Vast scope and endless flexibility!
Surgical eq with no coloration and the price is great!