UA’s latest updates add new compressors, delays, voice channels and virtual bass amps, as well as refreshing a few familiar faces.
Room simulation on headphones usually stops being convincing as soon as you move your head. Not so with Waves’ new Nx...
iZotope say that Neutron not only has the processing power to address all sorts of mixing issues, but the intelligence to help you identify them.
Eiosis’ revolutionary de-esser is reborn, with extra features and a snazzy new interface.
Infected Mushroom isn’t some kind of embarrassing and painful ailment, but rather a ‘make it all sound bigger’ plug-in...
We’ve come to expect the unexpected from Zynaptiq, and their new reverb delivers just that!
This Russian guitar-amp modelling plug-in is a souped-up recreation of the Engl E530 rackmounting studio preamp...
Developed in collaboration with top mixing engineer Andrew Scheps, Waves' Scheps Parallel Particles plug-in is probably the closest you’ll get to a ‘more of everything’ processor.
This plug-in is based on engineer/producer S Husky Höskulds' Ampex reel-to-reel tape recorder, which he had modified to act as a distortion processor.
We check out another batch of plug-ins destined to find a place in your virtual rack.
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.
This inexpensive and conceptually simple plug-in, compatible with all iZotope’s usual Mac/PC formats, applies the principles of the Shepard Tone to filtering.
A trio of easy-to-use plug-ins from Waves aims to bottle the signature sounds of pop producer Greg Wells.
Positive Grid’s latest plug-ins let you craft your own boutique compressor designs without ever touching a soldering iron.
Acustica Audio’s new Acqua series of plug-ins are painstakingly ‘sampled’ from high-end hardware. Does the end justify the means?
If you want your mixes to go to 11, Waves' new mastering limiter might be the weapon you need.
Many well-known engineers are now lending their names to plug-ins, and now metalcore specialist Joey Sturgis has joined the fray.
As well as modelling Drawmer’s versatile multiband mastering processor, Softube have boiled down its essentials to create an easy-to-use preset version.
Basement Arts Frantic, Cakewalk Z3TA+, and Progress Software Soup get the install treatment.
Software guitar amp modelling has been around for a while, but GTR is Waves' first foray into the field — and as you'd expect, they have made a huge effort to get it right, even hiring guitar maker Paul Reed Smith to design a bespoke preamp.
The first product from Austrian developers Sonible aims to raise the IQ of EQ.
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