The TG Mastering Pack from Chandler features two authentic plug-in emulations of the EQ and filter modules from the original EMI TG12410 transfer console, originally custom-built for EMI and the centre piece of Abbey Road's mastering rooms for more than thirty years. The plug-ins bring the smooth, musical sound of the original hardware to users of native based computer audio workstations.
The EMI TG12412 is a four-band semi parametric EQ with deep roots in the long tradition of EMI EQs. The plug-in spreads twenty frequency centers over four bands, with five shapes available per band. These include shelf low, blunt, medium, sharp bell curves, and shelf high. One of the highly prized uses of this EQ is the shelf high and shelf low settings, where on each band the user can choose to shelf up or down on any frequency. Additionally, all EQ points are based on the note C and are spaced in half and third octaves based around that.
First introduced in 1972, the TG12414 provides high- and low-pass filters and presence controls, as well as the MKIV TG Line Amplifier. The presence section provides 10dB of boost or cut on eight frequencies that are approximately the same shape as the medium setting on the TG12412 Mastering EQ. The high- and low-pass circuits are 18dB per octave and provide four and five selections respectively.
Note: Requires iLok if one is not already on the system.
Two authentic plug-in emulations of the EQ and filter modules from the original EMI TG12410 transfer console
EMI TG12412 four-band semi-parametric EQ
Selectable curve shapes on each band
TG12414 variable low- and high-pass filters with presence bands
Replication of original hardware controls
Automation and control surface support
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EMI TG12412 Section 1: 32, 45, 65, 91 and 128Hz Section 2: 181, 256, 362, 512 and 724Hz Section 3: 1.02, 1.45, 2.05, 2.6 and 3.25kHz Section 4: 4.1, 5.8, 8.1, 11 and 16kHz
TG12414 Presence: 0.5, 0.8, 1.2, 1.8, 2.8, 4.2, 6.5 and 10kHz Low-Pass: 20, 15, 12, 10 and 8kHz @ 18dB/octave High-Pass: 40, 63, 80 and 110Hz @ 18dB/octave