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The RND Portico 5033 from Steinberg is a 5-band parametric equalizer plug-in based on the renowned Portico 5033 EQ hardware unit. Yamaha's VCM technology allows the plug-in to exactly reproduce the analog warmth and sonic finesse of the original hardware, leading to exclusive approval by Rupert Neve.
The low-mid, mid-, and high-mid frequency bands are fully parametric, with each band featuring frequency selection, filter-width adjustment (Q), and the ability to boost or cut the band by 12dB. Low- and high-shelf filters with adjustable frequency allow the user to cut or boost high- and low- frequencies.
A virtual LED on each band (LF and HF bands share a single LED) displays whether or not a band is engaged, with an option to bypass all bands for quick A/B checks. A trim knob allows an adjustment of +/- 12dB for the entire audio signal. The graphic EQ curve representation assists in providing visual feedback, and each band can be adjusted from the display using a mouse to move the band's parameter point.
The RND Portico 5033 is available in VST 3, VST 2.4 and Audio Units plug-in format, allowing for multi-instance use with digital audio applications such as Cubase, Nuendo, WaveLab and Logic.
Exact digital copy of the renowned hardware Portico 5033 EQ
Parametrical equalizer with graphical control over frequency and gain
Five bands including low and high shelf filters and three bands with filter-width regulation
Based on VCM technology for capturing all the subtle details and acoustic nuances of the hardware original
Exclusively approved by Rupert Neve
Available in VST 3, VST 2.4 and Audio Units format for multi-instance use within DAW hosts like Cubase or Nuendo
Table of Contents
Low: 30Hz to 300Hz Low-Mid: 50Hz to 400Hz Mid: 300Hz to 2.5kHz High-Mid: 1.8kHz to 16kHz High: 2.5kHz to 25kHz
Low-Mid Q: 0.7 to 5 Mid Q: 0.7 to 5 High-Mid Q: 0.7 to 5
Mac OS X 10.5.8 or 10.6 (32- or 64-bit) Intel Core processor (Intel Core Duo recommended) 1GB RAM 50MB free hard-disk space Core Audio compatible audio hardware 1280 x 800 display resolution recommended USB port for required USB-eLicenser ( eLicenser not included) Internet connection required for license activation and registration VST 3 or Audio Units host
PC 2GHz processor (dual-core processor recommended) Windows XP (Home or Professional, SP 2, 32-bit), Vista (32- and 64-bit) or Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit) 1GB RAM 50MB free hard-disk space Windows compatible audio hardware (ASIO compatible hardware recommended for low-latency performance) 1280 x 800 display resolution recommended USB port for required USB-eLicenser ( eLicenser not included) Internet connection required for license activation and registration VST 3 or VST 2.4 host