by ViatorDSP
4.4 / 5     (5 votes)
Win64 OSX
LV-60 is an analog graphic equalizer.
  • 10 filter bands with 12 dB of negative and positive gain.
  • Low-shelf, high-shelf and 8 peak notches with two having the option to be shelves or bell shapes by toggling the bell buttons below the filters.
  • Analog-inspired saturation circuit. When the drive is set to 0, the drive is bypassed, any values higher than 0 engage the saturation circuit.
  • Proportional Q controlled by the gain of each filter. Gain values above 0 gradually thin the Q value. The negative end of the gain range has a much thinner Q than the positive end, so it's great for cutting unwanted frequencies.
  • Trim knob to control the overall volume of the plugin.
  • Fully DAW-compatible automation parameters for each control.
  • Toggle button to turn off shadows. This helps under-powered laptops that lag when using the user interface.
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John Burns Aug 27 2023
(3 / 5)
Aug 27 2023
Finally tried it. Sounds really nice. CPU usage is middling. The main gripe I have is that it dulls the tone very noticeably when you turn it on. Only use it as your default EQ if you're happy with your whole mix suddenly sounding a lot duller.
Dorcia Feb 09 2023
(4 / 5)
Feb 09 2023
You make great plugins. The GUI's are WAY too dark but plugins sound wonderful.
Anonymous Legion Oct 20 2021
(5 / 5)
Oct 20 2021
Awesome EQ, Modulates sound really well. Highly recommend it for DAWS that support vst3 (there's no vst2 option)
John Burns Oct 15 2021
Oct 15 2021
My DAW doesn't read VST3 apparently so I can't use this one.
LUIS Aug 14 2021
(5 / 5)
Aug 14 2021
Excellent equalizer, very clean and precise high band, the decrease of the Q below 0dB is exquisite to attenuate smoothly, simply great equalizer and makes every instrument place in the mix, I recommend it 100%