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T-Bone

5.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

$49.00

T-Bone is the successor to our popular Tilty Wilty plugin. T-Bone offers many new features, making it a very significant upgrade from Tilty Wilty.

T-Bone uses custom filters that do not have any of the wonky side effects to your high end that most digital filters have. No matter what sample rate you are using, T-Bone will give you a smooth natural curve right up to Nyquist frequency.

Available Formats:

  • Windows (32/64): VST2, VST3, RTAS, AAX Native
  • Mac (32/64): AU, VST2, VST3, RTAS, AAX Native

Product Description

T-Bone is a slant EQ at heart, with a few extra features that just make it that much more useful.

What is a Slant EQ?

A slant EQ is a filter that simultaneously boosts one end of the frequency spectrum while attenuating the other end. As it turns out this is an amazingly useful tool for brightening or darkening your tracks very quickly. Another reason this is super handy is that it allows you to change the tone of your track without changing the overall level. With traditional EQ plugins, as you boost certain frequencies, the overall sound gets louder. The problem with this is that our brains have the screwy little feature where louder music tends to sound better (even if it actually sounds worse. Make sense?). A slant EQ works around that special feature in our brain so that you aren’t deceived by the changing level and you can know instantly if your are improving or worsening your sound.

Extra Features

While a slant EQ is a very handy filter to have, we have added a few features that make it even easier to dial in the sound you need. We included a high pass filter with resonance control (think Bark of Dog) and low pass filter with resonance (henceforth to be known as Meow of Cat). We also came up with this super hand feature called Boom and Harsh Control. Sometimes adding extreme amounts of slant EQ can have some nasty side effects. If slanted too far to the left, you can end up with a lot of low end build up. Slant too far to the right and you can get too much harsh high end. The Boom and Harsh Control lets you add massive amounts of slant without getting  harsh or boomy. It’s really an essential part of what makes this plugin so easy to use. We also added mid/side mode and an analog mode that adds subtle distortion and compression to your sound. Enable that for some grit, or disable for super clean tone shaping.

Clean filters without the CPU hit

During the development of this plugin, we created some incredibly smooth filters that don’t have any of the crazy side effects on your high frequencies (technically known as wonk). Our wonkless filters not only give you a smooth frequency response all the way up to Nyquist frequency, but they do this without adding that CPU hit that oversampled filters take.

T-Bone

3 reviews for T-Bone

  1. howardkyambadde143
    5 out of 5

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    Compared to the T-lux company stuff this gives more control especially the ability to select the frequency at which the tilt occurs ; i started with the Tilty Wilty when it was first released and this is a very significant upgrade.

  2. Mickr59

    (verified owner):

    well done guys love this plugin good work

  3. tremper
    5 out of 5

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    What ever happend to the contest etc…
    Was this one of the (original) entries?
    I never enter any, but got carried with this one for some reason but then most entries lost!?!? uggh
    Kind of disapointed…

    wanted to write more but if you dont have anything nice to say…
    …at least I like your plugs
    If you sent a message I missed it or it ended up as spam… wasn’t there something about us making up?

    original forum is gone, support forum is liveless… so yeah couldve shouldve email o.w.e… just let this message selfdestruct… or something

  4. OnCourse
    5 out of 5

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    EXCELLENT !!! For me this is a life saver. Completely deaf in one ear and my remaining ear has quite bad hearing loss, so I’ve been finding it harder and harder when mixing. Even using my hearing aid with a specially tweaked music program everything sounds dull and lifeless. I tried many a long hour setting up an EQ on the master buss in an attempt to give me back what I’ve lost. I’m not a pro and the multi-band EQ thingy has not proved that successful. Then I discovered TBone, added it to the output channel, turned the main control to about half way and hey presto. A nice sounding mix.

    All I need to do is remember to remove it from the output bus prior to export mixdown.

    Thank you, Thank you and Thank you

  5. bjboydmusic

    (verified owner):

    Hi. I used the plug-in for the first time yesterday and really like what it does. Looking forward to finding out more about what it can do. However, appears to be problematic with mac as it’s having problems with the AU Manager in Logic Pro X saying that T.Bone version 1.0.3 failed validation. Any ideas?

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