LSP Plugins 1.2.6 released!

We’re glad to introduce the new version 1.2.6 of LSP Plugins!

  • Implemented Mixer plugin series for 4, 8 and 16 Mono/Stereo channels.
  • Implemented A/B Tester plugin series with blind option.
  • Parametric Equalizer is now smoothly operating with frequency/gain/q factor for each
    mode: FIR, IIR, FFT, SPM.
  • Added popup menu for more precise control over the equalizer dot on the graph for
    Parametric Equalizer.
  • Added frequency and note displaying (with detune in cents) over the currently
    configured filter in the Parametric Equalizer.
  • Implemented automatic and manual inspect mode for filters in Parametric Equalizer.
  • Implemented more user-friendly inspecting slider to the Spectrum Analyzer plugin series:
    frequency value, amplitude and note (with detune in cents) are displayed now near the
    slider which can be adjusted with mouse movements.
  • Added basic SFZ import support by the Multisampler plugin series.
  • Added shared objects related to 3D rendering to LV2, VST and CLAP packages.
  • Fixed buggy tether for the parameter popup window.
  • Fixed improper data stream synchronization using LV2:Atom protocol.
  • Implemented linear ramping lramp_* functions in the lsp-dsp-lib optimized for
    i686, x86_64, ARM32 and AArch64 architectures.
  • Fixed avx::dyn_biquad_process_x8_fma3 function implementation which could cause
    some data distortion in the output buffer.
  • Fixed plugin state out of sync for CLAP plugin format on state restore in REAPER.
  • Several bugfixes in UI libraries.
  • Better support for build under different ARM architectures.
  • The Windows support status has been changed to ‘Compiles’.
  • The AArch64 support status has been changed to ‘Full’.

The video on YouTube:

The release page on GitHub:


Thank you, you’re doing a great job. Great and powerfull plugins. I use your multiband compressor in every project, for deesing and controlling the harshness of some tracks and the low end of others. It’s an amazing plugin. Sometimes the GUIs have so many options that become overwhelming at first glance, but they are fantastic nonetheless. Thanks

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