Overall: 4 3 4
30-Day: 5; 7-Day: 5; Yesterday: 4
Luftikus is a digital adaptation of an analog EQ with fixed half-octave bands and additional high frequency boost. As an improvement to the hardware it allows deeper cuts and supports a keep-gain mode where overall gain changes are avoided.
I used this for 2 years now, its help me alot, the carachter suitable to me for band and everything like orchestra .
thank for making this EQ .Read Review
Warm and energetic - sound reminds me of the old Kjaerhus EQ. Wouldn't use it on the master, maybe sounds a little bit blurry there, but on the bus - if you know what you want - it can be a versatile workhorse making parts richer, fuller. Not the only EQ you will need but the "special one" you will be glad to have it.Read Review
After hearing it was better than the Maag, I had to try it.
I don't know if it's better than the Maag as I've never tried that plugin, but it does exactly what I needed it to do.
It boosts the part of the top end that you actually want boosted, without any artifacts, harshness or nasally resonance.
It treats top end with respect.
The keepgain switch is brilliant as you are then making EQ decisions made firmly on frequency rather than on volume and the trap of thin king something is better because it sounds louder.
I have EQs for low end, general EQs for everything else, but this is now my go-to for detail and clarity in the top end. Great find !.
The curves match up exactly to the endorsed Maag EQ4 at Plugin Alliance, just the numbers on the dials are a little different. This one also gets a tiny bit more air boost at max setting.
Luftikus is superior because of double-click-to-reset knobs; and the gain compensation, which this EQ seriously needs, it's pretty insane without it. Also appreciate the mastering mode, this should be in all plugins.Read Review
Well, the plugin works very solidly in my Windows 7 and Windows 10 systems with Studio One Pro 4 and 4.5. I am so happy with it that I sold my maag eq4 plugin. While there are minimal sonic differences between the two, I find the Luftikus better sounding and more pleasant overall.Read Review