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Goodhertz Plug-ins

Published June 2018
By Neil Rogers

The result of a collaboration with Jack Stratton from the band Vulfpeck, Vulf Compressor is not subtle...The result of a collaboration with Jack Stratton from the band Vulfpeck, Vulf Compressor is not subtle...

From compressors inspired by a vintage Japanese sampler to tape effects without tape-machine graphics, the Goodhertz plug-in range offers something a bit different.

The number of plug-ins available to us now can be a little bewildering; and, in particular, I wonder just how many new software emulations of — insert your dream piece of analogue outboard processing here — we actually need. Because of the over-supply of vintage modelling effects, I was intrigued when a new plug-in company popped onto my radar seemingly offering something a little different.

Based in California, Goodhertz are a small team that began as a collaboration between developers Devin Kerr and Rob Stenson. Taking a playful and creative approach to working with audio, their ethos is to embrace, and maximise, the...

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Published June 2018