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    by M. Daniele . 4 out of 5 stars

    I just tested it in demo mode, but I can say it's a great-sounding and very powerful plugin.
    An additional spectrum analyzer function would make it an even greater tool, for mastering purposes especially: if it will be implemented in the future, I will not hesitate a millisecond to buy it!


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    Cambridge EQ

    by N. Sagar-House . 4 out of 5 stars

    The different behaviour types really help work flow and the filter slopes are also the most versatile i've found.

    It would have been helpful to have a frequency analyser incorporated and feel its not completely transparent however a great sounding workhorse EQ which can get surgical and add musical colour to your mixes.


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    Great eq with low dsp usage

    by R. Boyce Jr . 4 out of 5 stars

    Demoed this plug in cause it was used in a mix I was doing, ended up purchasing it cause it has such low dsp but sounds great like my oxford plug in. Now I use this in places I would use an oxford eq or pt eq 7.


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    very nice

    by A. Han . 4 out of 5 stars

    I needed a simple EQ.
    Stock EQ plugins that came with my DAWs are totally fine.
    I am not sure if Cambridge EQ stands up out of stock EQs.
    But since I have Apollo and I needed an EQ that I can monitor
    through console, I bought it.


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    Great Surgeory

    by M. Mathieson . 4 out of 5 stars

    Super versatile, doesn't use a lot of processing, and I think it does audio surgeory better than most other grapic EQ's. I don't like boosting with it though. But I love it for taking away problems or clearing space.

    I wouldn't say its a "must have", but if it's on sale, i'd get it.


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    Solid EQ

    by A. Nackman . 4 out of 5 stars

    Good, easy to use EQ. Transparent and musical. Honesty, it's not a complicated plugin. I wish the look of the thing was a bit more attractive. The graphics get fuzzy. It would be nice if it came with a few more presets to help get a track started, but other that, it's cool.


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    Sweet EQ

    by R. Elliott . 4 out of 5 stars

    I love how surgical this EQ can be. The different bandwidth selections are worth the price alone. I love how you can do multiple EQ settings and A/B them.


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    Nice precise and warm sounding eq.

    by J. Kroehnert . 4 out of 5 stars

    I really like that eq. It's very precise and has a warm character. I also like the Pultec Pro eq which has a sound that I like more, but it's not that precisely. So for me, this eq is a good addition to my pultec.


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    Nice precise and warm sounding eq.

    by J. Kroehnert . 4 out of 5 stars

    I really like that eq. It's very precise and has a warm character. I also like the Pultec Pro eq which has a sound that I like more, but it's not that precisely. So for me, this eq is a good addition to my pultec.


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    great stuff

    by L. De Wilde . 4 out of 5 stars

    everything is perfect.
    I'm very happy having those mastering tools. I was missing it.

    Thanks a lot


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    pro eq

    by F. Gabriel . 4 out of 5 stars

    This eq as a little lack of Q(the Q parameter could be set higher ) in my opignon but it just sound better than any para eq plug i have ever heard.
    So i use it on soft equalisation i just sound great .
    In other case i equalize with a more Q intensive eq(to more quickly check witch frequency is overpowered or underpowered) and then i just put the final setting on the cambridge and it sound great,always better than the other Q intensive plug i have(channel eq logic most of time).
    Why it sound better ?i really can t explain this,but i d say that it detroy the sound less than channel eq does,it seems like it keeps the natural sounding present.


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    Study in Cambridge the art of sound

    by L. FERNANDEZ . 4 out of 5 stars

    Precision, that's the word, I was looking for something good in sound and I discovered an amazing precision and a really good sound on the result.
    All the bands are here with an easy way to use.
    It's the "Cambridge effect", smart, clean, good looking, classical.
    Really excellent.
    UA again did the best...


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    by L. Malaguti . 4 out of 5 stars

    great plugin!!!
    a true Swiss boxcutter, simple to use and great sound!
    for me, one of the best clinical plugin...


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    by D. Holdredge . 4 out of 5 stars

    The Cambridge EQ is a solid parametric EQ that has become my "go-to" EQ for general purpose, replacing all others.


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    by F. Javier Coloma Quiles . 4 out of 5 stars

    69$?????!!!!!!

    I bought it for 129$ and was worth the buying. So what are you waiting for???

    Don´t expect colorful mixes with this, but fast and surgical EQ.

    A must in every studio, precision EQ for really bad situations.

    And also just in case you can't afford any EQ from UAD, this one is, for sure, much better that the standard in your DAW.

    So, no reason for not to buy it.

    ENHANCEMENTS.- A realtime analyzer in the graphical screen and an on/off button would be great.


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    by M. Garimanno . 4 out of 5 stars

    Must-have, precise, surgical and never synthetic . . . always a great work on every track!


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    by S. Sherrard . 4 out of 5 stars

    This EQ gets used on every mix I do, mostly for the filters. I use the High Pass filters on almost every track where I need to roll off low end to make room for bass and kick drum. Large choice of filter types that all sound great. I love the steep curve Bessel filters in particular... great choice for removing low end very precisely and transparently. Easy way to fix any p-pops in vocal tracks as well.. just put the filter on and remove everything below 100 Hz or so. I also regularly use the other EQ bands to make cuts of problem frequencies in instruments, as well as some gentle boosts on occasion when I don't feel the need to pull up the Harrison or Neve or other EQ emulations. For more detailed "musical" EQ work, I still prefer the higher end emulations most of the time, as they have more character than the Cambridge.

    Very low DSP usage, so you can put these on every track, if needed, and still have plenty of DSP left over for other plug-ins. This is a very versatile utility EQ that everyone should have in their toolbox.


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    by J. Neiblum . 4 out of 5 stars

    The Cambridge EQ is one of the most versitile EQs I have ever used. It can be subtle and sweet when you need it to be but you can also mangle a set of frequencies into abstract art if that is what you are going for. The 5 sets of parametric controls allow you to isolate a range down to almost a single frequency. The roll off and 'Type' controls provide excellent high, low and band pass filters. I've used this EQ on everything from drums to voices and every single time, I am pleased by the result. The Cambridge is musical, professional and it deserves a central spot in your virtual rack. One last, but important feature: it isn't particularly CPU hungry. I can run several instances on separate tracks without degrading performance. You need this EQ!


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    by J. De Lellis Giurfa . 4 out of 5 stars

    This is a fantastic EQ with so many curve combinations you can imitate any EQ curve ... if that´s what you need of course. One thing I would love to see in the Cambridge is dynamic behaviour, THAT would make this EQ plugin the ultimate ... in my opinion.

    The best strenght for me is that it´s got so many Low/Hi pass filters not found all in one single plug-in, except for the Cambridge. I mainly use it for the Low/Hi passes when mastering and to even out some mic eq curves. When I compare the amazingly high Qs of the cambridge with the Neve 88RS, they are almost identical but the Cambridge will go a but further.


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    by S. Reichert . 4 out of 5 stars

    I don't use it that often, as it is the emergency plug-in to call when an instrument channel needs detailed EQ-design to fit with the rest of your mix. No magic included, you have to adjust it all yourself but the result is perfect. The user-interface makes it easy to use after all.


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