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aQ-31 is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Track and graphical mode

There are two modes of equalizer operation — Track mode and Graphical mode.

Track mode

In Track mode, the equalizer can be used in the same way as in other audio equipment or VST host.

aQ-31 provides four effects: Auto, Volume, Gate and aR (aQ-31 amplitude reduction).

Graphical mode

Graphical mode is divided into three types of windows: Equalizer, Master channel eq and Master channel.


In this mode you can do different EQ tasks: choose which channels to process (4 channels of L, C, R and the Master channel), choose which effect to apply (Auto, Volume, Gate and aR) and choose filter type — Graphic or Analyzer. There is a Q-knob to adjust the band width of the selected effect.

Master channel

In this mode, aQ-31 allows to process channel, which is not highlighted in an equalizer window.

aQ-31 can include other plugins in «Master channel EQ»: FM plugin included with aQ-31. In FM mode, in master channels you have possibility to stack some channels.

In this mode aQ-31 includes equalizer and various automation controllers for mastering channel (Pan, level, normalization, time stretch, time shift,…).

To open a window in the «Master channel eq» the plugin controls should be on «Display Channels».

Power consumption

When aQ-31 is used in track mode, the average power consumption on notebook computer is 3.5 W.


When aQ-31 is used in Graphical mode, there is no difference in multitasking when compared to native Windows Audio APIs.


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AQ-31 For Windows

— Four band graphic equalizer plug-in
— Mono or Stereo equalizer
— Traditional graphic equalizer
— 16th-order Butterworth filter (from low to high frequency)
— 50dB/Octave.
— Control the bandwidth with Q-knobs
— Option for 5-channel audio and/or MIDI

Armory Studios is releasing the X-PILOT IONIC-V2 EQ-Spec II, an X-PILOT IONIC-V2/VST-compatible high-fidelity, high-efficiency equalizer, featuring a full-bandwidth, high-order Butterworth (31-band) filter-bank with switchable phase and cross-talk cancellation.

The available band-limits are 32kHz, 48kHz, 64kHz, 80kHz, 96kHz, 112kHz, 128kHz, 160kHz, 192kHz, 224kHz, 256kHz, 320kHz, and 384kHz.

Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., Taiwan, which is a leading manufacturer of computer components and motherboards, is releasing the GA-H55S-UD5 motherboard. This motherboard has the new X-PILOT IONIC-V2/VST-compatible high-fidelity, high-efficiency equalizer, featuring a 31-band graphic equalizer with switchable phase and cross-talk cancellation.

Equalizer Development Kits
Some audio equipment manufacturers sell EQ Development Kits as a pre-installed equalizer plug-in in their products or as third-party plug-in. EQ Development Kits usually provide the control module and firmware with presets to test your equipment’s built-in or installed equalizer.

Historical developments

EQs were first applied to radio receivers in the 1940s. The first commercial AM radio systems in the United States were developed for receiving broadcast stations as opposed to using a microphone to capture the acoustic performance of the playback system. Additional equalizer controls were added later to accommodate the requirements of such equipment, such as side-tone controls.

The first class-D amplifier introduced into the market was the 12AX7, invented by Robert J. Moog in 1953. In the 1970s and 80s, EQ was added to keyboards to help overcome the shortcomings of early soundfonts.

In the late 1980s, the use of graphic equalizers became popularized by the advent of high-quality digital sampling and creative use of EQs.


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aQ-31 is specially designed for the DAW developers as a graphic equalizer for Windows.

See also


External links

Filter Design’s web site
aQ-31 audio plug-in

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aQ-31 is digital graphic equalizer with 31-band graphic equalization.
It is not an only-audio plug-in, it’s PC software-based or directly a virtual analog equalizer which you can set up a graphic equalization curve with switchable gain range and Q-knob. aQ-31 is designed to clean audio signals and it makes a wide range of equalization curves with clean sound: The more you use, the more you will find such as an aQ-31 plug-in for your work.

Company history

Audioquest launched the Power Macintosh version of aQ-31 in 2000 for Mac OS X and in 2001 for Windows. The original version of aQ-31 used the iTunes audio plug-in format, but many users disliked this as it was not directly compatible with other audio applications. Accordingly, in 2003, the PowerPC version (now called aQ-31 PowerPC) was released for Windows, and the OS X PowerPC version (now aQ-31 macOS) was released in 2004. AQ-31 was also added to the Universal Audio Converter (UAC). In 2009, Audioquest updated aQ-31 for both Windows and macOS with a redesigned user interface and performance improvements.

Technical specifications
Supported by the following operating systems:

AudioQuest website: aQ-31 
Audioquest Support website: aQ-31 
Sound on Sound.org website: aQ-31 

VSTi compatibility

VSTi uses the Audio Units API to develop VST (Virtual Studio Technology) virtual instrument plugins. aQ-31 runs natively in Windows and supports up to 10 computer audio inputs and 10 outputs per device.

aQ-31 PowerPC version

Supported by the following operating systems:

See also
Audio software plugin



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