LFX-1310 v1.4
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Last Updated: 2009-11-27
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Software Description

LFX-1310 is a Free plug-in multi-effector including 24 types of algorithm and 3 serial slots. This freeware is the stand-alone version of Effecting Module of Ravity(S) & Ravity(R). Every algorithm realizes the very effect you have on your mind, and is fully optimized for low CPU load.


  • S'Filter 12 / S'Filter 24 / 3-band EQ
  • Peak Compressor / RMS Compressor
  • Overdrive / Distortion / Amp Distortion
  • Crusher / LP Noise / Stereo Image
  • Chorus / Flanger / Phaser / Auto Wah / Tremolo / Auto Pan
  • Delay / Stereo Delay / Ping-pong Delay
  • Gate Reverb / Room Reverb / Hall Reverb / Spring Reverb

New in v1.4

  • Windows 7 supported (32-bit).

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lfx 1310

One can spend many an hour twistin' knobs on this one. What fun.It's great with so many vst instrument and synths.Yup, Paco , you are right. Your review that is. 8-)

Nice effects, save has problems though

While the plugin has a nice collection of effects, the preset-save logic is seriously broken. They're using a lame windows means of trying to display 128 presets in a popup that is too large for my laptop window so some presets are not accessible. Plus, it seems to insist on saving only to slot 128 no matter which one I select for save (and of course, slot128 is inaccessible so I can't reload the only one I can save). Needs work.

LFX 1310 a winner

(Originally posted on 09:57:41 9/14/07)

It is remarkable what the version One could do, and I expect this will be the same, though I haven't checked. But if you happen to have limited VST slots in your host, or even if you don't, this VSTi is small and powerful, and sounds quite good yet though it is probably four years old, especially if you can tweak the presets to your own tastes.

My VST host-sequencer-audio-sampler solution, MultiTrack Studio saves the fxb and fxp preset files in each track of each song, so 'no-problemo.'

The modest GUI doesn't begin to indicate how powerful it is, but behind it lies a very intuitive interface. I love it when I never have to crack the manual open because, really in this case: what for? I think it's the ADD side of my mind that has to come along when it hears music.

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