PSP Neon is a fully featured linear phase equalizer plug-in (VST, RTAS and AAX for Windows and AudioUnit, VST, RTAS and AAX for OSX) that offers eight bands of equalization, each of which can be assigned one of seven filter types. PSP Neon uses frequency-domain fast convolution based linear phase algorithms for the best balance between CPU efficiency and phase accuracy. For those who want to use the excellent analog-modeled PSP Neon filters in even more CPU critical applications, you can even toggle off the linear phase mode and take advantage of PSP Neon's minimum phase error Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) mode!
PSP Neon also features one of our most user friendly interfaces ever, offering unparalleled easy of workflow. Once you experience for yourself the pristine, transparent response and intuitive design of this plug-in, we believe it will become your "go to" linear phase equalizer for mastering and other critical audio applications.

Version 2 of PSP Neon comes in three flavors:

  • PSP Neon HR - compatible with PSP Neon HR version 1, so your sessions will open and your presets will load. Just like its predecessor, It offers linear phase processing as well as three spectral resolution levels.
  • PSP Neon STD - like HR, but with standard (std) spectral resolution. This is sufficient for all but the most demanding mastering purposes (for which you can always grab HR). STD offers greatly reduced latency (by factor of ~3) and much gentler memory requirements.
  • PSP Neon MIX - with its minimum-phase filters (no linear-phase processing) it is very well-suited for mixing, as it introduces almost no latency (just 31 samples), while still providing all other important features such as oversampling, middle-side processing, a spectrum analyzer and the advanced Neon user interface.

Once again, PSP have raised their game, and PSP Neon and PSP Neon HR are both excellent-sounding EQ plug-ins that offer sweetness and transparency. Linear phase plug-ins are deliberately smooth and neutral in character, which makes them perfect for mastering, but they still all sound slightly different. For me, PSP's Neon HR has an 'analogue' quality that makes it shine.

Martin Walker, Sound on Sound

Overall PSP Neon HR is quite transparent, which is exactly how it should be in a mastering context. After comparing it to another popular linear-phase EQ plug-in, I don't think I'm ever going back to that other title. Neon HR is much less constricted and just cleaner sounding. I hate when reviewers say this, but in this case, it's very applicable; you would have to spend many times more to find a plug-in that is as good or better than PSP Neon HR. Now if my DAW and CPU would just get faster!

Garrett Haines, Tape Op

  • Operation at high sample rates (up to 192kHz)
  • PSP Audioware's proprietary FAT mode
  • Independent processing and control of each stereo channel
  • Stereo and Mid-Side operation
  • High and Max resolution modes for unparalleled fidelity in the most demanding applications
  • Third-octave real-time spectrum analyzer with many adjustable parameters,
  • Frequency-hunting as well as overtone-hunting workflow accelerators for finding the right frequency in seconds
  • Response plot auto-zooming
  • EQ band soloing

PC

VST

  • Windows x32 or x64 (XP Service Pack 2, Vista or 7)*
  • VST 2.4 compatible application

RTAS

  • Windows x32 or x64 (XP Service Pack 2, Vista or 7)*
  • ProTools LE 8.0.0 or ProTools TDM 8.0.0 (or later)

AAX

  • Windows 7 x64 (or later)
  • ProTools 11.0.0 (or later)

 

Mac

AudioUnit

  • Mac OSX 10.5 or later*
  • 32 or 64-bit host application capable of running AudioUnit plug-ins with Cocoa view

VST

  • Mac OSX 10.5 or later*
  • 32 or 64-bit VST 2.4 compatible host application

RTAS

  • Mac OSX 10.4 or later*
  • ProTools LE 8.0.0 or ProTools TDM 8.0.0 (or later)*

AAX

  • Mac OSX 10.8.0 (or later)
  • ProTools 11.0.0 (or later)

*If you are using an older operating system please contact us to get access to previous versions of the product compatible with earlier systems.

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