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Colorful four-band EQ modeled directly from a certified hit-making console.

The Harrison 32C Channel EQ plug-in for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces is an expert emulation of this classic, character-rich, four-band channel EQ. Partnering with Harrison Consoles Ltd. and engineer Bruce Swedien (Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson), Universal Audio has recreated the Harrison four-band 32C channel EQ from Swedien’s own Harrison 32 Series console — the same console behind Michael Jackson’s Thriller. “I never dreamed Universal Audio’s design team could come so unbelievably close to capturing the sound of my beloved desk,” says Swedien. “The additional Harrison EQs within Pro Tools sessions are a Godsend.”

Renowned for its colorful, smooth high-end response, and friendly, put-it-on-everything usefulness, the Harrison 32C EQ plug-in features four overlapping parametric bands. Each of the Low (40-600 Hz), Low-Mid (200Hz to 3.1 kHz), Hi-Mid (400 Hz to 6 kHz), and High (900 Hz to 13 kHz) bands have fully sweepable Frequency and Gain Controls. Instead of traditional Q controls, the 32C has circuitry that automatically adjusts the effective bandwidth, adding to its signature sound. Furthermore, the Low band is switchable from Peak to Shelving EQ. Finally, the Harrison 32C features 12 dB per octave High and Low Pass filters which can be switched in or out.

Shape your mixes with the same colorfully smooth EQ used on Thriller

Polish lead vocals and drums with silky analog texture

Expertly sculpt electric guitars to sit in a mix

Harness presets from legendary engineer Bruce Swedien

Accentuate resonance on electric pianos, strings, and more

Intuitevly craft kick drums and overheads

Key Features

Plug-in modeled from Bruce Swedien’s own Harrison 4032C console
Harrison licensed and authenticated
Colorful 4-band EQ with high and low cut filters
Switchable “in” or “out” 12 dB per octave parametric High and Low Pass filters
Easy-to-use “Auto-Q” automatically adjusts the effective bandwidth
Favorite EQ presets from Bruce Swedien
“UAD Only” features include Gain, Phase Reverse, and a global Power switch
Requires a UAD DSP Accelerator Card or Apollo Interface available from authorized dealers worldwide


Harrison® 32C / 32C SE Channel EQ

Overall Rating


C. Asker


A unique sounding EQ

Bought this after having seen the video with Bruce Swedien, one of my favorite engineers. Being a big fan of Michael Jackson's and ABBA's production values, I gave the Harrison a try.
It is truly great sounding, which a silky magic that reminds me of the sounds of 1979-1982. The filters are a gem on this one, not the common steps but a synthesizer-like sweeping filter. Magic stuff. If you're looking to add beauty to your midrange, tight bottom end or silky tops to ANYTHING, this is your new favourite equalizer.

I. Thorvaldsson


Plecantly surprised

I think one of the older models in the UA arsenal, so I just went for it, thinking it be just some bland flavor. Nope, It can bring out duller guitars in a very good way. I’m happy with it

D. Caruso


100 % Good

Eq vraiment intéressante avec des possibilité un peu à la Pultec ... Cette Eq est vraiment intéressante ... A tester absolument

J. Janev


Beautiful EQ for vocals and acoustic instruments!

This has been my favorite EQ for vocals and acoustic instruments for years! It has a warm sound, soft highs and adds a nice space. It does a perfect job if you want to give softer highs to a violin, warmth to vocals, or beautiful mids to brass and synths. If I could only choose one EQ, I might choose this one!

F. Jessen


A Timeless Classic in the Digital Realm

The plugin faithfully captures the analog warmth and character that made the original console legendary. The EQ section, in particular, is nothing short of outstanding. It imparts a silky smoothness to audio tracks and allows for precise sculpting of the sound. Whether you're working on vocals, drums, or any other instrument, the 32C Plugin consistently delivers exceptional results.

E. Koch


ABBA, you forgot to mention ABBA

i just found out A Lot of mid to late ABBA was also recorded on the Harrison Desks with These EQs .... i gravitated to this one because i could understand it at first glance; and then having noticed it's a 4-Band Fully Parametric with HP, LP, And Low Shelf or Bell, it stood out ... so a very intuitive and capable EQ...then also my mom and dad had one of the late ABBA albums, so i grew up amazed at the quality of the production work on it.



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M. Cafeo


The Harrison 32C/32C SE Channel EQ

After researching, watching the youtube, and speaking with friends, We cannot wait to get the time with new music to listen to and work with this unique item.
Thanks HARRISON and UAD!

C. Romagnoli


Must have

Secrets from the past!

I. Hwang


best one

the best musical eq I've ever used

M. Bernabel



I love this EQ. If Bruce Swedien made Thriller with only Harrison than that should be a lesson to us all! This EQ reminds me that its all about the ear not the gear!

P. Toth


Best color EQ

I'm trying to record everything properly, so when I usually EQ, I'm looking for color - and that's where the Harrison is a real best. Also the filters are just super effective with, and I can spare a lot of DSP capacity.

I. Macaulay


It's got a "sound"

First of all, I love the layout of this EQ, it is super intuitive to use. The bands are pretty subtle compared with other colour EQs, which actually allows for more gradients when making adjustments. The Gain knob is where the EQ can reach extreme settings and break up. Instantly lends a vintage vibe to instruments.

D. Davis


Not really in love with this thing...regret buying it.

I used this plug for a bit and thought it was pretty decent so I popped on it, and I regret it now. Apparently Harrison released their version of this EQ natively and didn't include any of the harmonic distortion that would make it sound like the original. That means there wasn't anything different about it from any other standard EQ except for the curves it was made with....which anyone could do with any stock EQ with the Q function. Apparently UAD knew this wasn't going to fly with their customers so they did ad something to the plug to make it "vibe" a bit, but I'm still not impressed. Look this up if you'd like. Paul Third on youtube talks about this in depth and there are some google articles that cover it.

Having said that, this is not even close to being in the ballpark of something like the Softube active and passive EQ's. Those are way more analog and warm and full musical sounding to me. I guess I should preface that I purchased this because someone said you can boost 3k in this thing and it's a dream. That's home base for the range of vocals I was trying to perfect so I popped on it. It's ok. But with the softube I can push there and it never sounds wrong even when overdone and right in your face. The Harrison is not like that..it's just ok...especially if you have great signals and sources to work with......but I don't think it's got any magic like the ones I mentioned. But demo it out and see for yourself, you might really like it. Maybe I'll go back and try it again with some different mics and stuff...but for now I just feel like I wasted a bunch of money on an overpriced plug. My fault though considering I had 14 days to figure it out. I just hadn't fallen upon the softube stuff before I bought this one. Live and learn. Keep making music, YMMV

D. Arroyo



nice... i use it every time..all the time nice...

B. Zhao


It's like a magic!

You can hear the sonic differences immediately even without tuning anything on the panel. Of course you will obtain a more pleasing sound using this EQ. I thought it might use some harmonic distortion tricks like other coloring plug-ins. But when I used a tone generator and a spectrum analyzer to check this, surprisingly found that my guess was wrong. I've no idea how they achieve such result. It's like a magic.




Very smooth!!!

S. Casu



After having tested it I can not do without it, especially used as a low and high pass filter.

J. Remillard


Its OK

Not blown away but similar to the EQs on Mixbus. I was expecting something closer but it does the job.

T. Urbonas


This is something you want.

I was trained as an arranger, and I wasn't trained as an engineer. The first mixing board I was ever allowed to sit a play with was a Harrison. It's very easy to get a great sound on a Harrison board. Period. Try it, you'll see.