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Harrison Consoles AVA Mastering EQ Plug-In (Download)

BH #HAAVMASTEREQ • MFR #AVA MASTERING EQ
Harrison Consoles AVA Mastering EQ Plug-In (Download)
Key Features
  • Mastering Equalizer
  • 31 Control Bands
  • Great for Broad Musical Changes
  • Maintains Harmonic Balance
Audio engineers looking for a mastering equalizer that's powerful, yet easy-to-use will appreciate the Harrison Consoles AVA Mastering EQ, a cross-platform software plug-in with 31 control bands and a simple click-and-drag interface, well suited for use in high-end music, film, broadcast, and video postproduction.
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Harrison Consoles AVA MASTERING EQ Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Controls
  • 3Effortless Mouse Control
  • 4RTA Graph Mode
  • 5Real-Time Analyzer (RTA) Lightning Mode
  • 6Real-Time Analyzer (RTA) Scroll Mode

Audio engineers looking for a mastering equalizer that's powerful, yet easy-to-use will appreciate the Harrison Consoles AVA Mastering EQ, a cross-platform software plug-in with 31 control bands and a simple click-and-drag interface, well suited for use in high-end music, film, broadcast, and video postproduction.

The AVA Mastering EQ includes high- and low-pass filters and a powerful RTA with three distinct modes including Graph, Scroll, and Lightning. The plug-in works with Mac and Windows computers and is compatible with most DAW operating with AAX, VST, VST3, and AU formats.

Controls
The AVA Mastering EQ has 31 control bands ranging from 20 Hz to 20 kHz and increasing by ¿ octave increments. By default, the scale shows ±4dB, but if you increase a band beyond 4dB, the scale will increase to show the changes up to ±14 dB.
Effortless Mouse Control
The AVA Mastering EQ is most easily controlled by clicking and dragging the mouse across the frequency spectrum. You can also point your mouse at a control band or the output trim and increase the gain by dragging up/down or by using the scroll function on your mouse or touchpad. You can right-click and drag to reset bands to zero and hold shift while dragging the mouse to smooth any unwanted bumps between adjacent curves. (These options are indicated in the bottom-right corner of the plug-in window). All controls have a Fine mode, which can be accessed by holding Control or Command while adjusting the control.
RTA Graph Mode
  • Graph Mode is a traditional RTA analyzer with 1/10 octave precision. Unlike common FFT-based analyzers, the AVA Mastering EQ uses equally spaced bands, which provide unparalleled precision in the low frequencies.
  • The scale of the spectrum is developed to match the scale of the EQ. Within the EQ range of +/-15 dB, when the EQ is modified by 3 dB, you will see an equivalent change in the spectrum display. This makes it more intuitive to make changes in the Mastering EQ curve, and see its effects on the display (when the display is set to Post mode)
  • Below -15 dB, the spectrum scale is extended to quickly reach -60 dB at the bottom of the graph. This allows you to see signal that wouldn’t otherwise be visible within the EQ’s range.
Real-Time Analyzer (RTA) Lightning Mode
Lightning mode is an innovative variation on the traditional linear spectrum display. The curve displays an averaged value, while bright points indicate the location of transient peaks in the signal.
Real-Time Analyzer (RTA) Scroll Mode
In Scroll mode, the frequency display is scrolled vertically, so you can see the onset of notes and drum hits on a timeline.

Harrison Consoles AVA MASTERING EQ Specs

General
Delivery MethodDownload
License TypeStandard
Supported Plug-In FormatsAAX (Native), AU, VST, VST3
Standalone OperationNo
System Requirements
OS CompatibilitymacOS 10.7 or Later
Windows 7 or Later
*As of August, 2022: Check with manufacturer for the most up-to-date compatibility
Internet Connection RequiredYes

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