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We first met the designer and founder of Bettermaker, Marek Walaszek, at an AES show in 2010. Within about a minute of him unveiling what was to become the Bettermaker EQ232P MkII, we were utterly convinced he was on to something. The styling was certainly something that caught our attention initially, it looked like some digital delay unit from the 80s - but as soon as it was powered on, we knew we were into new territory.


The unit was a digitally controlled Analogue Equalizer combining a Parametric EQ with a Pultec circuit, we were told. OK. Sounds intriguing. How is it digitally controlled? Well, you can store settings. Cool. You can also A/B settings like a Plug- in. Very cool. Also, you can connect it via USB to a computer and control it like a Plug-in drawing in automation that controls the Analog hadware......Erm, seriously?! Why has no one done that before? So how does it sound?...


Well, it sounds incredible. A proper musical sounding EQ with a beautiful Pultec section. This would have been worth the money even if it didn't have the unique digital control as a well designed, a truly great sounding analogue EQ. One very unique product.


The range has expanded to a unit without front panel controls, the EQ232P MkII Remote, for those who just want to use the Plug-in. There are four versions for the 500-series : EQ502P, EQ502PR covering the Pultec section with the EQ542, EQ542R the Parametric.


Bettermaker have also released the C502V 3-in-1 Stereo/DualMono/M-S Compressor for the 500-Series as well as a Mastering Grade Limiter, showing they are market leading innovators. We urge you to try one of these units in your own studio so you can hear what the fuss is about.


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