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Babylon gives you the ultimate control of your frequency domain through a stunning, modern interface. Whether you want a boost of bass, some pop for your vocals, some reduction of noise, or any number of other uses, you can achieve it all with Babylon.
Babylon is a comprehensive multi-band EQ featuring eight fully automatable filter types, a high-resolution spectrum analyser, the ability to combine any of the eight filter types across the seven filter bands, and stunning visuals. Each of the seven built-in filters can use any of the eight filter types giving a huge amount of customisation for you to achieve your perfect sound.
Use the drop-down menu in the left control panel to choose how each filter will behave. For each of the seven filters, you can choose any of the following filter types:
Attenuates frequencies above the cutoff frequency. This is perfect for isolating higher-frequencies in your sound, such as cymbals in a drum track.
Attenuates frequencies below the cutoff frequency. This is great for removing high-end noise from a track.
Attenuates frequencies outside the band. Perfect for creating a lo-fi sound be cutting extreme highs and lows.
Attenuates frequencies within the band. Useful for removing resonating frequencies.
Amplifies frequencies below the corner frequency. Perfect for evenly boosting or reducing low frequencies.
Amplifies frequencies above the corner frequency. Great for boosting or reducing high frequencies like cymbals.
Amplifies frequencies around the centre frequency with reduced amplification further from the centre. Most flexible filter type - great for boosting or cutting select frequencies.
Allows all frequencies pass unaltered but inverses the phase of frequencies about the cutoff frequency. An experimental filter type - great for producing phasing effects (or removing unwanted phasing), lo-fi reverb effects, or many other applications.
The colourful spectrum analyser gives you the perfect visual representation of your frequency domain and with the option to choose the block size and ramp you can adjust the analyser to your exact needs.
The input signal is shown in the background of the spectrum in grey to show the exact effect of your chosen filter settings.
Use the control points on the spectrum analyser to quickly and easily adjust the parameters of each filter.
Updates: official site does not provide any info about changes in this version.