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Apogee Pultec EQP-1A Plugin
Apogee Pultec EQP-1A Plugin

Pultec EQP-1A


Analog EQ

Whether you want to match the vocal processing of Taylor Swift, or the drums of Dr. Dre, you can shape the sound of your instruments and infuse the EQP-1A’s legendary tones into your mix.

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Pultec EQP-1A


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The Only Pultec EQP-1A Endorsed by Pulse Techniques




  • Precisely recreates the Pultec EQP-1A’s unique characteristics
  • Broad EQ curves, to gently but powerfully shape your sounds while maintaining their integrity
  • Interaction of Bands, to create characteristic EQ curves used by engineers for decades
  • Circuit Non-Linearites, to add the “magic” that hardware units are renowned for
  • Officially Licensed and Endorsed by Pulse Techniques
  • Includes FX and FX Rack versions
  • Runs on Apogee hardware DSP in Element Series and Ensemble Thunderbolt audio interfaces and features DualPath Monitoring for near zero latency recording
  • Plugin formats: VST, VST3, AU, AAX
  • macOS 10.14.6 and higher (including  Silicon compatibility)
  • Windows 10 and higher
  • All major DAWs supported
  • Pace iLok account required


Bob Ludwig - credit Peter Luehr
“As a mastering engineer I know there is no one piece of gear that is right for everything, but the Apogee EQP-1A is the one I favor.”

Bob Ludwig

Mastering Engineer

Stargate - Mikkel Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen
“We love the FX Rack from Apogee. We have our own setups and templates so that you know you are instantly up and running with the Pultec EQ and it sounds great.”

Stargate (Mikkel Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen)

Grammy Award Winning Producers/Songwriters

Anthony Saffery - Apogee Pultec EQP-1A
“I’ve tried just about every Pultec plugin there is and am totally amazed with Apogee’s Pultec emulation. Before I touched anything it has the sonic feel of a Pultec, the source sounds better immediately and pushing up some 10k gives you that magical opening you’re looking for. The ‘low end’ trick dials in easily. For something that sounds so good it has little CPU penalty: how did you do it Apogee? Best Pultec emulation yet!”

Anthony Saffery