EIOSIS Air & Earth Modules
The Eiosis AirEQ is one of the most highly-regarded plugin equalizers in the audio industry, and the Air & Earth modules bring the heart of the musicality of that EQ into the Virtual Mix Rack.
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Introducing The EIOSIS Air & Earth Modules
The Eiosis AirEQ is a much sought-after EQ plugin, and is highly-regarded among industry professionals worldwide. It adds brightness to your tracks without harshness or unpleasant digital artifacts. And now the Air & Earth modules bring the heart of the musicality of that EQ into the Virtual Mix Rack.
How Do The EIOSIS Air & Earth Modules Work?
The EIOSIS Air gently infuses a spacious and natural-sounding airiness to whatever you use it on in the higher parts of your frequency spectrum. Use Air to add a smooth shimmering polish to any track that you would like to have “breathe” more so that they sound more vibrant in your mix. It can add or restore brightness to a signal without ever sounding unnatural. You can gently add high frequencies without adding harshness or unpleasant digital artifacts, allowing you to bring an instrument to the front of a mix or make a vocal track breathe, or to add subtle brilliance to an entire mix. The Earth circuit was inspired by real transformer behavior, and it allows you to control deep and solid sub-low frequencies. You can use it to add real girth to kick drums and bass, but it is also useful for any sub-bass tasks, like low-frequency sound effects for post-production.
WHY THE AIR AND EARTH MODULES ARE SUCH A BIG DEAL
- Incredible tonal shaping possibilities thanks to EQ and filters that allow you to attenuate certain frequencies or alter the character at both ends of the frequency spectrum.
- Hi Cut filter on the Air EG allows high frequencies to be rolled off naturally
- Lo Cut filter on the Earth module allows low cut frequencies to be manipulated and tweaked
- The Q control allows you to control the resonance of these filters, allowing cutoff frequencies to be boosted while still rolling off frequencies below the cutoff