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IIEQPro is the equalizer you would probably take with you on the proverbial island. It's features are:
- 10 independent bands, with 12 state-of-the-art filter types
- Adjusted for digital artefacts at high frequencies
- Seven Butterworth filter types with variable slopes from 6 to 60 dB/oct
- Multitrack editing in one user interface - Very efficient user interaction (just one click to dial in a band)
- Autolisten option
- Sound processing in series or parallel
- A/B option for quick comparison of alternative EQing choices
- Very low CPU consumption but not at the expense of sound quality
- High precision frequency analyzer (pre/post) with zoom and scroll functionality
- Switchable to two-channel mode operation (L/R or Mid/Side)
Available in Windows VST (32/64 bit), Windows/Mac RTAS, Windows/Mac AAX and Mac VST/AU (32/64 bit, Intel OSX 10.5 and higher) format. The only issue is: once you own IIEQPro there'll be no more excuses...


I have tons of EQs, spent sooo much money on them, but I only use this one while mixing, on every channel. Long live DDMF!
macattackamac on kvraudio.com

Nothing beats DDMF EQ's IMO for simplicity, ease of use and intuitive layout and workflow. The sound is phantastic as well (both IIEQPro and LP10). Less fancy in a way... but that makes it so great!
Miro on gearslutz.com