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Musik Hack update Master Plan plug-in

Additional EQ, improved loudness metering & more

Musik Hack Master Plan 1.5 all-in-one mastering limiter multi-band compressor peak limiter analogue tape saturation loudness LUFS metering plug-in

Musik Hack have announced a significant update that brings a whole host of new features to their all-in-one mastering plug-in. Master Plan 1.5 sports a brand new look and introduces an additional EQ band, improved metering and more. 

The EQ sections existing High and Low controls have been joined by a new Mid parameter that adds a third band to the mix, along with L, M and H buttons that provide three selectable frequency ranges. The company say they have also improved the Phone and N-10 settings — a pair of options that live within a section designed to emulate the response of different playback systems. 

LUFS target display levels can now be adjusted from the Settings screen, with options provided for commonly used targets such as -18 (Atmos), -14 (streaming) and -8 (radio), while new Peak, LUFS-M and target-adjusted LUFS-M loudness metering modes have been added alongside clipping indicators and medium/maximum clip metrics. 

As well as the new features and metering, the latest version of the plug-in also offers improved present management — including bug fixes for long names and names containing special (non-latin) characters — and the ability to export to individual files, as well as new navigation buttons to quickly scroll through presets. 

The plug-in will install separately from the original version, ensuring that any sessions that used the previous iteration won’t be disrupted by the changes introduced in the latest update. 

To find out more about Master Plan, check out our review from the November 2023 issue of SOS.


Master Plan is supported on Mac and Windows platforms, and is available in VST3, AU and AAX plug-in formats.

Pricing & Availability

Master Plan 1.5 is available now, and is currently (13 June 2024) being offered at an introductory price of $122, with a rent-to-own option of five monthly payments of $25. Existing users can upgrade for free.

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