TENQ free 10-band equalizer by WhiteLABEL released

By | 2016-11-07T13:47:44+00:00 January 6th, 2015|Free VST Plugins|

ten-qWhiteLABEL has announced the release of TENQ, a free intuitive all-purpose 10-band tracking and post equalizer plugin for Windows.

It runs in true-stereo, split-stereo and mid-side modes with each node assignable to joint or split duties. It has a choice of 11 node shapes with tweakable bandwidth and a maximum cut/boost of 30dB per node. TENQ’s analyser can watch the input, the output or compare the two, and the user has control over hue saturation lightness and blend-modes of the spline/node display area.

TENQ’s OpenGL-powered interface is a first for a SynthEdit-made plugin – the custom framework created to enable its powerful and easy-to-use gui will be released to the SynthEdit community in the coming months, so watch-out for some more great looking plugins in the future!

Video demo:

Originally, TENQ was intended to be released as a commercial plugin (with a price of £30+) but “thanks” to some ridiculous new EU VAT laws, the author opted to offer it as freeware, that’s why any donation on product page is appreciated.

Enough said, expect a high quality product with an intuitive interface and some features that rival many commercial equalizers. TENQ is a 32-bit VST plugin for Windows hosts.

More info:

TENQ free 10-band equalizer

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3 Comments

  1. robotron Jan 9, 2015 at 6:00 pm - Reply

    it dont work in FL Studio 11, parts of the gui are white???

  2. Jesus Jun 26, 2015 at 8:58 pm - Reply

    WhiteLabel TENQ doesn’t work on FL STUDIO… just as a mono eq, the mid side and the left right options doesn’t work, this is really sad

  3. James May 31, 2016 at 4:22 pm - Reply

    Actually, it does work, in FL Studio 12.
    -1- Add it to as channel, not as an instrument
    -2- After installing it and scanning for new plugins, restart FL Studio 12
    -3- A bit tricky with Stereo separates, but works quite well.
    -4- Even though a 32-bit VST, it can be called from a 64-bit session.

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