MangledVerb first appeared as an algorithm in the rackmount Eventide Eclipse effects units. It then migrated to the H9 guitar pedal, and is now available as a self-contained plug-in supporting all the usual formats.
Helix systems are converting many guitarists to amp modelling, and the newest of them brings Line 6’s latest algorithms to your DAW.
LiquidSonics have made a convolution reverb that sounds like an algorithmic reverb — and not just any algorithmic reverb...
The 9.4 software release sees Universal Audio add a modern classic to their plug-in range.
Kilohearts not only develop plug-in processors but also what they call Snapin Host multi-effects plug-ins...
Soundtoys’ new reverb might be little, but it has a big sound...
With yachts, SUVs and auto garages on the menu, Indoor is not your ordinary reverb.
UltraTap delay was an algorithm in Eventide's H9 processor, but it has now become available as a plug-in in its own right.
McDSP’s tasty echo presents a mouth-watering trio of vintage delay styles, with a side order of freakiness.
What does Eventide’s “new method for processing audio” offer that we don’t already have in our plug-in folders?
The latest iteration of Peavey’s modelling software not only allows you to build your own virtual guitar amps, but to ‘profile’ real ones.
We’ve come to expect the unexpected from Zynaptiq, and their new reverb delivers just that!
A bundle of the most common studio effects, specifically delay, phasing, flanging, chorus, enhancement and a preamp emulation...
Is VocalSynth the natural choice for unnatural vocal sounds?
Once available only to Pro Tools users, AIR’s comprehensive plug-in bundle is now open to all — and has been augmented by some intriguing additions.
Designed to produce a wide range of mono or stereo delay-based effects, StompDelay's inbuilt multi-waveform modulation allows it to double as a flanger, chorus, tape echo or extreme effects generator.
A trio of easy-to-use plug-ins from Waves aims to bottle the signature sounds of pop producer Greg Wells.
Waves took on the challenge of modelling four modified EMT 140 plates used at Abbey Road Studios on countless classic recordings. Did they succeed?
Emulating the setup of gates and room mics on the vocal treatment Tony Visconti used for the David Bowie track ‘Heroes’, Eventide's plug-in is more than a one-trick pony...
B-Scanner replicates the vibrato and offers far more scope to create effects outside the range of Hammond’s original ‘scanner’ chorus/vibrato circuit.
Algorithmic reverb plug-ins still can’t match high-end hardware, but Liquidsonics are bridging the gap with an innovative new convolution technique.
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