LV 50A v2.2.1 WiN macOS [FREE]
FREE | 9 June 2022 | 28 MB
Here’s my newest EQ plugin! It contains all kinds of great features and functionality, like oversampling and cpu-saving functions. This EQ combines the sound and curves of two different hardware EQ’s that have defined music studios across the decades.
This EQ is inspired by real EQ’s, but it definitely has its own flavor. It sounds great on anything, but I think it’s great on the master bus, especially since the high and low filters are inspired by a famous mastering hardware EQ.
– Added menu to select oversampling. When engaged, the EQ performs 8 times oversampling
– Filter DSP is now more accurate
– Proportional bandwidth is more natural
– Updated saturation DSP
– Updated UI
– Plugin size saves/recalls correctly
– Optimized UI code
– Oversampling of 8x when oversampling is turned on from the top-right dropdown menu. This makes a huge difference on the top end frequencies.
– Four EQ bands with proportional Q and 12 dB of boost and attenuation.
– When the gain of a band is set to 0 dB, the filter circuit disables, which saves loads of CPU if you aren’t using the band anyway.
– Saturation algorithm on the output, the EQ pushes into it. When the drive is set to 0 dB, the circuit disables to save on CPU.
– The low and high bands can be a shelf or bell depending on the state of the button under each band.
– Reset button to set all band’s gains to 0 dB.
– High and low pass filters to filter out the very top and bottom frequencies that aren’t super useful. Toggle the filters button under the drive. These filters really make a huge difference when oversampling is on.
– Phase inversion button to flip the phase of the entire circuit. This is useful for parallel processing.
– Trim gain to boost or attenuate the volume of the entire plugin.
Mac – M1 and Intel Macs – AU, VST3
Windows 10 – VST3
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