What is it?
LP10 is your weapon of choice when you don’t want to make any compromise in sound quality. Its FFT algorithm with a frequency resolution of 2.7 Hz at 44.1 kHz sampling frequency guarantees a smooth frequency response from the deepest bass all the way to top end. The proprietary flexible phase approach gives you full control over the phase reponse of each of the 10 bands (from minimum over linear to inverse minimum phase, the only EQ who can do that! Seriously!). Furthermore, the built-in flex filters allow you to continuously vary their slope from 6 dB/Oct to 60 dB/Oct. More control simply isn’t possible. The built in spectrum analyzer helps to guide your ears in the right direction. LP10 defines the maximum you can do in terms of shaping the spectrum of your audio material, while still sounding absolutely marvelous! Available in VST, VST3, AU (32/64 bit) and AAX format. Windows XP / OSX 10.7 or higher required.
- Double-precision (64 bit) audio engine with up to 10 bands
- Free adjustment of phase response: linear phase, minimum or inverse minimum phase
- Flex filters with continuous slopes from 6 dB/oct to 60 dB/oct
- Pre/post spectrum analysis
- Optional true stereo operation (L/R or M/S)
- Stereo width control
- A/B state for easy comparison
What users say
Wow, this is clean, especially in linear phase… Superb! Definitely gonna add LP10 to the collection. (Tubefreak on Gearslutz)
The best value for money is DDMFs LP10. Could easily be sold for 10 or 15 times the money, great GUI and very nice filters, sounds great as a linear phase EQ. (LQM on Gearslutz)
Available in 32 and 64 bit, in Windows VST/VST3 (32/64 bit), Windows/Mac AAX and Mac VST/VST3/AU (32/64 bit, Intel OSX 10.7 and higher + Apple Silicon)