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- iZotope Stutter Edit VST Plugin - Features Review - With High Rankin

Review of the amazing audio mangler VST plugin 'Stutter Edit' from iZotope, presented by Dubstep producer High (Will) Rankin. With Stutter edit you can tear up your tracks in real time, building thrilling fills, complex effects, shimmering sweeps, and staggering stutters that will leave your listeners screaming for more.

- Analog87 Series Audio Processing VST Bundle - Features Review - With Dom Kane

Review of the Analog 87 Series VST processing plugin bundle from EaReckon, presented by EDM producer Dom Kane. The ANALOG87 series features 5 widely acclaimed and awarded plug-ins. These have been designed and fine tuned 'by human ears' and except for PR-EQUA87, you won't get a lot of visual feedback from them... but more importantly they just good sound.


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- Sound On Sound review: Rob Papen Blade

In theory, additive synthesis is simple, yet the challenge to put it at the core of a musician?friendly instrument remains almost completely unanswered. Hoping to do exactly that are the team of Rob Papen and Jon Ayres, with their latest creation, Blade. This incarnation of additive synthesis generates its waveforms using 96 sine waves but remains true to the Papen tradition of being welcoming and easy to use. Might additive finally be ready to come in from the cold?

-Music Radar review : D16 LuSH-101

LuSH-101 truly is the spiritual successor to Roland's diminutive classic. Despite being vastly more powerful and complex, it takes inspiration from that timeless, faultless interface to present a synthesiser that's a joy for the experienced programmer and as easy for a beginner to get into as any virtual instrument we've ever tried.

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