Preparing audio for online distribution can be tedious and frustrating. Sonnox's affordable utility takes the pain away!
HOFA claim that their IQ Reverb combines the realism of convolution with the editability of algorithmic reverbs.
With up to 13 different processing tools available, if Nectar 2 can't make your vocal track sound good, nothing can!
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With the latest version of EZmix, Toontrack are offering ready-made guitar sounds and master bus processing as well as a huge range of mixing presets.
FabFilter are on a mission to rethink familiar effects and processors. What does their take on the multi-band compressor have to offer?
In the hands of Sugar Bytes, familiar effects take on a wholly new identity!
A powerful modulation system means there's more to FXpansion's delay, filter and distortion effects than meets the eye.
Paul White checks out three VST plug-ins for this month's folder.
Lexicon are synonymous with high‑end reverb, but also make versatile multi‑effects units. Now they’ve spun off the delays, pitch‑shift algorithms and special effects from their PCM boxes into a new plug‑in bundle.
What can you do with a mixer plug‑in that operates on a single track? With Blue Cat Audio’s innovative MIDI side‑chaining system, the sky’s the limit.
Sonnox’s clever plug‑in allows you to hear exactly what different MP3 and AAC encoder settings do to your precious mixes — in a true blind test, if you like!
You’d expect plug‑ins based on IRCAM’s research to be unique and experimental — but are they practical tools you’ll want to use every day in the studio?
DMG Audio’s innovative plug‑ins combine friendly interfaces with an amazingly comprehensive feature set. Could they be the only EQ and compressor you’ll ever need?
The long-awaited version 3 of the GRM Tools suite introduces three new plug-ins, the likes of which have not been seen or heard before!
Whether you’re rescuing an over-compressed mix or extracting maximum punch from a drum track, Flux’s innovative multi-band dynamics tool could be just what you need.
Vintage digital reverbs might not be totally realistic, but they have bags of character. Universal Audio’s latest plug‑in brings the venerated Lexicon 224 to your DSP card.