Pro Audio Review, October 2005
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Keyboards (Germany), July 2005
...Conclusion: With the
PEQ Red and Orange Algorithmix has clearly shown where the future
in the native area would lead us to. Except for a few minor
trifles, the two brothers deliver phenomenal, brilliant and
artifact-free EQ sound, that not only needn't to hide behind
extremely expensive hardware, but surpasses it in terms of computational
accuracy, entirely taking advantage of modern CPU benefits and
thus blushing the small embarrassed Motorola-DSPs.
And what matters in the end is the sound of an EQ and it's creative
possibilities. The PEQs receive the full 100% in both areas.
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Sound Maker Review (Greece), March 2005
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I am putting the new Red continuous-slope
low and high shelves through their paces on the new Chaka Kahn CD.
The depth and punch of the lows and the air and silkiness of the
highs are by far the best by far in my experience. A new benchmark.
This has now become my default high and low EQ. Chaka said the CD
sounded incredible and her producer said the lows and highs were