The Tonelux Tilt EQ plug-in (Mac/PC; VST/AU/RTAS/TDM/VENUE formats) are modeled after the company's original hardware EQ, first featured in the MP1a mic preamp. Its "tilt" design allows simultaneous adjustment of low and high frequencies, a recorded track, live instrument or entire mix can be taken from bright and shimmering to warm and wide (and back again) with a simple turn of the dial. In live performance, adjustments can be quickly made without introducing feedback or unwanted volume changes.
The Tonelux Tilt EQ is being offered in a bundle with Softube's Trident A-Range EQ. Through July 18, 2010, the Trident and the Tilt can be purchased together for the price of the Trident alone; the Tilt can also be purchased separately, and current Trident A-Range owners can buy the Tilt EQ as an upgrade at reduced pricing.
The Tilt plug-in is a joint development effort between Tonelux designer Paul Wolff and Softube, and is the first software re-creation of the Tilt officially endorsed by Tonelux.
A fully functional 20-day trial version can be downloaded.