112dB announces that Redline Equalizer, the mastering-quality EQ plugin with unique features, has been updated to version 1.0.2. This maintenance release applies to both the retail and the trial version.
– Option to invert dynamic behavior for cuts (making it identical to boosts).
– Right mouse button adjusts Q from the EQ screen.
– <Alt>-left click (and now right click) from the EQ screen no longer controls frequency.
– Fixed crash on SSE (non-SSE2) processors (AMD Athlon XP, Pentium 3).
– Latency compensation corrected for Cubase 4/5 (and possibly other hosts).
– Settings didn’t save in Pro Tools.
– Pro Tools compare functionality didn’t work.
– L/R and M/S channel modes didn’t render properly in Wavelab.
– Fixed stuttering in Reaper when instantiating plugin.
– VST version loads faster.
– Numerical value entry (by double clicking a control) slowed down or hanged some systems.
– Plugin crashed when quitting Bias Peak Pro.
Redline Equalizer is available in RTAS/VST/AU format for Windows XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and up, and is sold exclusively from the 112dB online store at http://112dB.com/store The introductory price of €99 (Europe) / $112 (worldwide) is valid through October 8, after which the regular price becomes €149/$169. An unrestricted 60-day evaluation version is available.
For more information on Redline Equalizer please visit http://112dB.com/redline/equalizer