This Week: Memorial Day Sale | Shop Now »


Convert any hardware EQ curve into a plugin preset
Image for Q-Clone

Capture Classic Curves from Hardware EQs


The Q-Capture/Q-Clone combination solves three crucial limitations with outboard analog EQ: You can’t use more than one instance of a hardware processor, you can’t save presets, and you can’t see the actual curve that’s being applied—which often doesn’t correspond to the panel markings.

Q-Capture “samples” a hardware EQ’s curve. Save it as a Q-Clone plugin preset, insert it in as many tracks as you like, and see the exact curve represented graphically. It’s pretty magical.

  • Use hardware EQ curves on as many DAW tracks as you want
  • Save analog EQ settings as a plugin preset
  • Bring the sound of classic hardware into your DAW’s projects
  • Mix and match curves from different EQs
  • Comes with a huge collection of presets from vintage hardware EQs
  • Displays what’s really happening with analog EQ curves
  • Use virtual cables for cloning plugins without an audio interface
  • Clone plugins—save curves from several series EQs as one preset
Watch It in Action
What Top Pros Are Saying
  • Shawn Everett
    “Q-Clone is a totally inspiring and creative plugin. This thing is a powerhouse. There are so many creative ways to use it. Sometimes I have a mess of EQ on my master and I can use this to analyze the curve and recreate it in the analog world. Or I can match a digital version of hardware to the real hardware and do a complete recreation of a digital mix in the analog world. “
    Shawn Everett
    Mixing Engineer, Producer
    Alabama Shakes, The War on Drugs, Julian Casablancas, Grizzly Bear
  • Charlie Andrew
    “Q-Clone is great when working on different recording rigs. I can save presets that mimic the EQ units in my personal studio and load them up wherever I am in the world. “
    Charlie Andrew
    Producer, Mixing Engineer, Songwriter
    Alt-J, Bloc Party, Madness, Marika Hackman