MathAudio Auto EQ VST (formerly SonoReplicator VST) Review 2.1.1
MathAudio Auto EQ VST (formerly SonoReplicator VST) is a VST host that is designed to compensate for any acoustic imperfections in your speakers, headphones and earphones. It provides automatic sound equalization in a VST environment. This application is useful when you are recording audio in locations where the sound quality is poor because of technical limitations, such as room architecture or problems with playback units or other equipment.In many cases, the acoustical properties of a room will not be ideal for your audio activities, but MathAudio Auto EQ VST can correct any deficiencies using multipoint compensation techniques. It will correct the frequency response’s phase components and amplitude.
MathAudio Auto EQ VST relies on a patented method to correct frequency response, enabling it to provide highly accurate compensation. It reduces the frequency response resonance peaks while retaining deep notches in order to avoid big excursions of your sound system’s speaker diaphragm. Now you don’t have to contend with the muddy sound that is often produced by normal linearizing equalizing applications.
You can manually adjust the amount of compensation being applied, which lets you attain the highest sound transparency. MathAudio Auto EQ VST results in extremely low noise because it uses doubly precise floating-point calculations to remove unwanted sounds. This ability to use advanced calculations is useful for helping you produce the cleanest possible sound, according to the specifications you set.
This application is an excellent choice when working with standard measurement microphones, or even while using expensive measurement microphones such as the Behringer ECM8000. This ensures an accuracy of plus or minus two decibels, which you should find sufficient while working on most professional music projects. It is also suitable when recording spoken words, such as interviews, speeches, educational lectures and podcasts in an imperfect acoustical environment.
The latest version of MathAudio Auto EQ VST is 2.1.1, and it comes with some minor improvements and corrections to the user interface. Developed by MathAudio for use on computers running Windows XP/Vista/Vista64/7 x64, you can download a free 30-day trial version to see how it helps you with your sound equalization needs.