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EQ and compression with the colorful sound of 70s consoles
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Mix with the Vibrant Colors of Vintage EQ and Compression


Based on the timeless 1066/1073/1081 mic pre/EQs and 2254 compressor, these plugins capture their sonic behavior, analog character, and ability to “push” audio transformers hard—a crucial contributor to the big, warm, yet defined sounds that shaped generations of popular music.

The lasting popularity of these processors is no accident: the design choices prioritized musicality above all. And now, these rich, inviting colors can grace studios into the next half-century.

  • Delivers the sound of classic 1970s consoles
  • Turn authentic harmonic distortion emulation on or off
  • Carefully curated EQ curves provide maximum musicality
  • Choose general tone-shaping, or more precise EQ
  • All processors feature exceptional midrange detail
  • Models the sweet characteristics of transformer distortion
Watch It in Action

Rich, Transformer-Driven Analog Sound Quality

  • Ideal for Shaping Midrange Tone

    The V-EQ3 captures the fat sounds of the 70s with detailed midrange and body, high-end sparkle, and the subtle transformer distortion characteristics of the acclaimed 1066/1073 Neve preamps.

    Features: Glue Mixes without “Squashing”
  • The Transition to Precision

    The V-EQ4 took equalization to the next level, by increasing filter types, frequencies, and resonance options. Based on the 1081, the V-EQ4 embodies the transition between vintage sound and precise, sophisticated control.

  • Fat Compression, Legendary Limiting

    V-Comp models the 2254’s diode-bridge gain technology and triple-transformer design—the secret behind many warm bus compressor and limiter sounds of the 60s and 70s. Four analog characters cover variations among models.

    Features: Fast and Efficient Operation
  • “In the Box” Analog Mixing

    Insert a V-series processor as the last effect in every track, zero out EQ or compression, and click the Analog button—you’ll hear the sound of analog mixing’s wider soundstage, with the forward midrange of transformer emulation.

    Features: From Vocals to “The Ringo Drum Sound”
  • Work with Speed and Efficiency

    Enjoy the vintage workflow, too. With control settings and parameters designed specifically to hit musical “sweet spots,” dialing in the right sounds on the V-EQ3 and V-EQ4 is surprisingly effortless.

    Features: Multiple Modes Fit Different Material