Re-live the sound of the '70s with this classy combination of limiter and tape emulator.
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Find out how just how well this vintage recreation compares with the original that inspired it.
From the classic vocoders of the '70s through to the hyper pitch-corrected pop vocals of the last decade, Roland's VT‑4 can do it all.
We take a look at the first in a new, more affordable range of products from BAE.
Golden Age's new Premier brand takes their popular Pre‑73 preamps to the next level.
Though a great recording front‑end, this versatile and characterful processor could just as easily find a home on your stereo mix bus...
Interstellar Radio is "a faulty transmission line", whose wholly analogue design converts incoming audio to a high frequency pulse train then back again.
Is this, as the manufacturers claim, the most authentic recreation of the venerable PulTec EQP‑1A?
We put this versatile homage to the classic British bus compressor through its paces.
Vowel is a digital oscillator module with all the gubbins you might need in order to get vowel sounds with just a trio of controls.
Looking for pre-mixer sweetening? Finaliser R‑EQ offers three-band parametic EQ, a two-way aural enhancer that works on the top and bottom end of the audio, and basic DSP effects like reverb and delay.
The Gigboard crams the processing power of Headrush's flagship Pedalboard into a compact and easy to use format.
Buzz update a characterful concept to create a compressor that's capable of both vintage and modern sounds.
This pedal puts Line 6's flagship Helix processing in a compact stompbox.
With their usual idiosyncratic approach to audio, OTO Machines have created a processor that will surprise and delight.
We put BLA’s feature-rich and keenly priced 1176-style compressor to the test.
Golden Age have compressed their Comp‑3A compressor, cramming more than a little of its essence into the smaller form of the Comp-3A Jr.
Clearly aimed at the cost-conscious end of the market, the Forbidden Planet filter embodies its quintessentially analogue namesake thanks to a 2-pole, 12dB/oct filter inspired by the 1975 Steiner-Parker Synthacon...
This is a hybrid product in more ways than one — not least because it can be controlled via a dedicated DAW plug‑in.