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!
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.