It is based on Fletcher-Munson
curve, allowing you only to accent the parts of
audio spectrum where ear is less sensitive and lower
the ones where ear is more sensitive. Six faders
control gain amounts of six corresponding peak
filters. Each filter has fixed Q factor and few
selectable central frequencies, except for the last
one (labeled F) which is permanently set at 12.8kHz.
On the right part of interface there is master
multiply fader which controls total amount of EQ-ing
applied, HP and LP filter switches, clip indicator
and simple button for reducing input signal by 3dB.
Beware – this plugin is tempting to be overused.
J1000 DELTA is mixing equalizer with
It shares the same HP/LP and output
section as Beta. The obvious differnce is the way
Delta handles audio via it’s tilt and concurve
modules. Actually, they are just pairs of filters
that are set to work parallely. In case of tilt when
one filter goes up, other goes down. Since their
central frequencies are far apart, it results in
spectrum tilting. In case of concurve, which name
derives from convex/concave curve, both filters
react the same way, so when you move [C] fader up
the spectrum “smiles”, and when you move it down it
“frowns”. Loudness difference is automatically
compensated. Both modules offer three selectable
curve modes. Switches labeled diametric flip left
channel processing for each module, so you get
diametrically opposite responses for left and right
channel. Therefore, Delta can be used instead of
classic panning controls for greater creativity
regarding stereo image.
Gamma and Delta v2.0
- Numerical readouts for all faders.
- Better graphics.
- Optimized CPU usage.
- Gamma: Precise HP and LP filters.
- Delta: Three selectable curve modes for Tilt
- Delta: Diametric switches for opposite EQ
processing of left and right channels.
- Delta: Resonance switches for HP and LP
- Delta: Filter module added, same as in Beta.
J1000 Gamma and Delta are available
to download as freeware VST effect plug-ins for