Z-Systems Z-Qualizer Digital EQ

Batzdorf, Nick
July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p122
Features Z-System's Z-Qualizer, a half-rackspace, digital 2-channel mastering-grade equalizer. Digital input-output; High and low shelving for each channel; Overlapping fully parametric bands; Capability of the two channels to be linked for stereo operation.


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