In this video mastering engineer Rupert Brown - from the The DSP project, guides us round the Fabfilter Pro Q EQ plugin, highlighting the modes of operation and GUI feature set, and then demonstrates the clinical transparent nature of this EQ on some test audio.

About Fabfilter Pro Q

'Unrivaled sound and interface' - An equalizer is probably the tool you use most while mixing and mastering, so you need the best of the best! FabFilter, Pro-Q aims to offer the highest possible sound quality within a gorgeous interface with unrivaled ease of use.

Key Features

  • Highest possible sound quality
  • Gorgeous interface with large display for easy and precise editing
  • Up to 24 EQ bands
  • Operates either in zero latency mode, or in linear phase mode with adjustable latency
  • Filter shapes: Bell, Notch, High/Low Shelf, High/Low Cut with 6, 12, 24 and 48 dB/oct slopes
  • Intelligent solo mode makes it easy to tune notch filters and hear the effect of a band
  • Each band can operate on the stereo signals or on the left or right channels independently for per-channel EQ-ing
  • Mid/side mode where you can EQ the mid and side signals separately
  • Multi-band selection and editing for maximum ease and efficiency
  • Built-in real-time frequency analyzer with Pre- and Post-EQ modes, adjustable speed and resolution
  • Different display ranges: 3 dB and 6 dB ranges for mastering, 12 dB and 30 dB for mixing
  • Stereo and mono plug-ins available
  • Supports common Pro Tools hardware control surfaces
  • MIDI Learn
  • Undo/redo and A/B comparison
  • Available in VST, VST3, Audio Units, AAX Native and Audio Suite formats (all both 64-bit and 32-bit), as well as RTAS (32-bit only)

For further information and pricing visit Fabfilter here: