2.8 / 5 (4 votes)
Jayqualizer is a parametric 8-band EQ that allows you to make certain settings for your mixdown-tracks.
- Each single band could be activated or deactivated.
- Visual spectrum analyser.
- Sixteen presets.
(1 / 5)
(1 / 5)
Band 3 doesn't work - it does nothing. A pity because it could be good if that fault was fixed. I'm surprised no one else has noticed it.
Great EQ, use it on guitar and it tightens bass really well, takes out any sloppiness and can also bring down the higher unwanted frequencies without destroying the tone. Very Nice Indeed!! Thank You Free plugin makers!
(4 / 5)
Easy and very good EQ
Here's what I do...I have an old computer for tests and such, with a DAW on it. I install those exes on the test computer and then copy the dll and put it in my REAL DAW. Now, it doesn't always work, but a lot of times it does.
Just a note to Noizefield - anyone who makes computer music and collects plugins for their fx library doesn't want to be installing their vst's. With the amount of plugins that you buy, that have to be installed; the ones that are free that you really want that are .exe; and everything else that you use on your pc; most home users don't want to be cluttering up an ever increasing programs list with something they might not necessarily use that often. Make it .dll and people can use it without a care, and then buy your products. Just a thought...
Never installed...due to .exe file. I prefer just a .dll.