Smooth tonal shaping

HoRNet Angle  is a little handy tone shaper tool. It’s based on the concept of the “tilt eq” a special kind of equaliser designed to change the tonal balance of the track to which is applied.

A “tilt eq” does not provide frequency or Q control, it simply increases or decreases high and low frequencies around a fixed point, and in the case of HoRNet Angle is 650Hz, turning the “Angle” knob on the GUI towards right increases the right part of the spectrum (the high frequencies) while lowering the left part (low frequencies) of the same amount. This simple action allow to perform very gentle tonal shaping that can help you get the correct frequency balance of your mix with very little effort.

HoRNet Angle also adds the standard HoRNet goodies, we have added input and output auto gain based around the 0VU level, leaving them engaged may help you keep the level constant while you tweak the EQ. HoRNet Angle also has the “OpAmp” analog emulation derived directly  from our AnalogStage plugin that adds harmonics and make the sound “thicker” when enabled.

The best possible sound quality is always guaranteed by the auto-oversample feature that internally adjusts the oversampling amount to give the plugin enough bandwidth to keep the aliasing at minimum with every sampling frequency.


The demo is fully functional except for the fact that every now and then it will silence out, you cannot save parameter values with your session and the plugin will not respond to automation coming from the host.


  • Tilt EQ adjustable from -18dB to +18dB.
  • Input and output gain controls with auto-gain.
  • Input and output peak meters.
  • Analog emulation based on AnalogStage’s OpAmp model.
  • Bypass button to exclude the plugin processing.
  • Mac OS X (>=10.7) and Windows support.
  • 32 and 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
  • Audio Units VST2.4, VST3 and AAX format.

Copy protection

The HoRNet Angle has no copy protection, I don’t believe in copy protection, they are always cracked and they are annoying for the users, we all know you are not going to give away the plugin on the internet…

So simply download the plugin and enjoy your recordings!

32 thoughts on “HoRNet Angle

Nikolas TheMute says:

thank you very much! <3

imstre says:

very good!

Dilmurod says:

Thanks. Good luck!

remi says:

twitter/facebook really ?

william says:

nice vst

Gaetano Amodeo says:

Great plug in

Gaetano Amodeo says:

Very simple, nice plug in

Don Hill says:

Let's give it a go. It's Free

Dan Stanley says:

Thank, and Merry Xmas to all at HornetAudio:-)

custom built peppermint says:

Wonderful effort. Truly excellent. Doubleplusextragood hanks for this wonderful tool. Ho ho ho 't is indeed the season to be merry. Wishing all and sundry outstanding holidays and may 2018 turn out to be highly blessed. Make merry, have a sherry, light that cigar and in the main have some more champagne. I may be lame, that may be tough yet such is the game an' I'm outta here to check out the rest of your stuff,:)

Missed opportunity says:

I do not have a facebook account and I do not care even in the least for twitter. Too bad, I will pass on the "FREE" plugin. Free plugins are usually a very good entry point for customers. The chances of customers downloading paid plugins is substantially increased afterwards. I will not be one of them.

ynqinhuai says:

I like this software very much. Thank you

ynqinhuai says:

thank you !

bingbond says:

I found it useful for balancing old mixes I did on lower end gear.
Good plugin and free!

Georg Reiter says:

twitter/facebook – no!

Koz says:

seeems very nice!!!! thanks

pancho says:

muy bueno

maew mini says:

thank you

dk says:

twitter and facebook? Hate this. Turns me off of this company.

eXACT says:

I have other Hornet products that I use often, but I don't know how much I would pay for this, but it is a nice, simple plugin that's not terrible. As for free stuff goes, it's much cooler than the toothbrush I got from my dentist. Thanks Hornet.
(Also? you people whining about Facebook and Twitter? It's 2018; deal with the fact that you have to succumb to some sort of social media to keep up on or pursue any hobby/career effectively, especially in the music industry. And? Last time I checked, both platforms are free, so anyway you cut it this plugin is, by definition, free…unless you Whiny Wendys count the data being transfered.)

Niels Visser says:

I already am a customer of quite a few Hornet products and this one looks also very nice to have in the arsenal, but I don't (want to) have evil data collecting and time consuming Facebook or Twitter services so I have to miss out on this. Shame! 🙁

Julien Thuiland says:

This is a Super plugin, great sounding and verfy effecticve for some mixing and mastering application.
For free it is incredible your are so amazing and helping low budgets sow much.
Full support !

Mads Ljungdahl says:

I'm in the same boat as many others – I have purchased several Hornet plugins, why on earth should we use facebook or twitter to be able to use these plugins – what a turn-off…

TheoM says:

Absolutely ridiculous.. I have *17* of your paid products, and I can't get the free ones because I don't have a facebook and twitter account? (and never, ever will. They are poisonous corporations).. Way to go Saverio! Really good for building customer rapport. Not.

thanks Saverio
this plugin goes straight to the job no funny business
I like that

Gerald Roberts says:

Very useful software. Thank-you so much for this gift. I use it on every song I record, if not every track.

eduardo says:

Incredible sound

Marlon says:


Lancelot Jack says:

I enjoy every bit of it



Hunter says:


Alexey Vasilyev says:

Simple and wonderful Tilt Equalizer,
In order not to push the high and low frequencies to fit into the mix, he is like a Swiss knife. And then it is easy to grow up to the ideal.
My confession to the HoRNet team.

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