Orders placed after 4pm on weekdays will not ship until the next business day. Orders placed after 12pm Fridays will not ship until the following Monday.
Faster shipping methods may be available; just upgrade during checkout.
*Some exclusions apply.
Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.
The URS S Series classic console equalizer plug-in for Digidesign's Native systems digitally emulates the SSL 4000e Console EQ. It provides a six-band equalizer with four bands of EQ and low and high pass filters, with each band offering overlapping frequencies spanning 4 to 5 octaves.
The four bands overlap and are suitable for track sweetening or specific problem solving. The low and high bands are switchable Shelf or Bell for a tight, low end and smooth high end. Input and output metering and line level trims help to maintain healthy gain staging and the numeric display windows show all current settings for gain, frequency, Q and input and output levels.
The URS MIX EQ is a seven band equalizer. It features five bands of fully parametric EQ plus High and Low Pass filters with variable slope. Each band offers overlapping frequencies spanning 4 to 5 octaves. Designed for Digidesign's ICON console, the EQ aligns perfectly with D-Control's master section EQ plug-in control panel, but is not required for use within Pro Tools
Note: URS S series and MIX EQ bundle now includes Audio Units and VST versions for Mac and VST for Windows
URS S Series
Software emulation of the SSL 4000e Console EQ
Four bands of EQ along with low and high pass filters
Low and high bands are switchable shelf or bell, while the low-mid and mid-high are peaking types
Separate In/Out switch for each band
Input and output peak meters with gain clip
Phase Reverse switch and in/out Bypass switch
Full 192kHz support for TDM, RTAS and AudioSuite versions
Full ProControl, Control 24, Command 8 and Digi 002 support
URS MIX EQ
Digitally recreates the classic analog mixing console
Seven band equalizer that features five bands of fully parametric EQ plus High and Low Pass filters with variable slope
Five bands overlap for track sweetening or specific problem solving. The low and high bands are Shelving or Peak for that tight low end and smooth high end