Rob Papen RP-EQ v1.0.2 [WiN]

Rob Papen RP EQ

When you open RP-EQ in your Reason Rack you will see that it is far from a bread-and-butter equalizer and several unique elements were added to the core equalizer unit. Not to mention the smooth sound it provides which makes it stand out!

The toolbox now includes a MONO/STEREO Split filter, which is used a lot in modern EDM/Dance music to get a very tight low end. The Air section is also fantastic on your master channel to open your mix in a stunning way.

And in true Rob Papen style, RP–EQ comes with many great Presets including contributions from several well-known DJs and Producers for instant user inspiration.

Features: Mastering and channel EQ with built-in Spectrogram for Propellerhead Reason 9.2 or higher

EQ – 8 Band EQ with Frequency, Gain and Bandwidth. – EQ dials and function controls. – EQ graphic screen. – Mid/Side mode with 4 Mid bands and 4 Sidebands. – Lock mode for Frequency and Gain. – MIDI Note selecting for each band instead of using Frequency. – Each band can be made visual or hidden in the graphic field. – Each band can be played solo.

Saturation – Mild tube saturation with a selector for pre-eq.

Air – Open your mix or track by using the Air feature. – Frequency range from 30kHz to 40kHz. – Gain of 6db max.

Filter – HiPass Filter in 12dB or 24dB mode. – LowPass Filter in 12dB or 24dB mode. – Two Filter colour/sound types – Resonance (Q) control.

Mono / Stereo Filter

Great tool for inside the mix bus or while mastering. – Instead of frequency you also can select a MIDI note as the split point for the filter. – Clicking on the Mono / Stereo button will turn On / Off the Mono / Stereo effect. Controls are: – Frequency. – Solo on/off. – Visual inside the graphic display On/off. – Several Modes. These determine how the sound is ‘mono-feed’, either using the left or right channels, the average of the left & right channels (L+R), or the difference between the left & right channels (L – R).

Back Panel Screen -The back screen of RP-EQ shows the Input / Output audio connections and also CV input to each band’s frequency, bandwidth & gain, also the Low-pass / High-pass filter frequency and Q(resonance).

You need R2R’s Reason release and TEAM R2R Reason Rack Extension Cache Builder

Copy the RackExtension folder to
“%APPDATA%\Propellerhead Software\RackExtensions\”

Copy *.R2RRECACHE file to
“%APPDATA%\Propellerhead Software\R2RRECACHE\”

After you add new RackExtension(s), you need to rebuild the RE cache:

– Just run “RECacheBuilder.exe” from TEAM R2R Reason Rack Extension Cache Builder
– Cache file will be built.
– Done!

Big thanks to R2R for sharing their knowledge and providing the resources!

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