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Daniel Weiss' hardware helped convert mastering engineers to the joys of digital processing. Is it still equally desirable in plug-in format?
Audionamix are aiming to make the process of vocal extraction not only better, but quicker.
StageOne is a plug-in designed to manipulate stereo imaging, by extracting a signal that corresponds to what we hear as the 'phantom centre' and processing this independently of the rest.
The latest version of Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro brings many new features, including improved algorithms and deeper DAW integration.
Eventide have long offered a plug-in version of their 1972 Instant Phaser hardware, and now they've revisited it to add both new capabilities and the ability to 'age' the circuity by introducing modelled component value drift.
Antares' Auto‑Tune needs no introduction, and the company have now launched a super‑simple version that is more...
FabFilter have reinvented their Pro‑L limiter for the new world of loudness normalisation.
Billy Decker's signature plug-in collection is aimed at those who'd rather get things done than get into the details.
Acustica Audio have applied their unique sampling technology to the world of magnetic recording media — with impressive results.
The goal of turning musical omelettes back into eggs gets ever closer, thanks to some unlikely cloud-based DSP wizardry!
IK Multimedia take home-studio mastering to the MAX — and beyond!
This plate reverb emulation combines Relab's algorithmic reverberation tail technology with Kush's expertise in harmonic shaping and compression.
Oscillot recognise that many small studios don't have the space or resources to host multiple monitor systems, so they've created a virtual alternative to physical speaker switching.
Rare Signals are new players in the plug-in market, and Transatlantic Plate Reverb is their first product.
Universal Audio take another step — or five — towards recreating every piece of classic audio hardware ever made!
Voice Leveler aims to even out dynamic variations in the recorded voice, but it is not a conventional compressor...
Billed as a comprehensive graphic equaliser for the cost of a few beers, Gramotech's Babylon might better be described as a very flexible multiband EQ.
Oeksound's Spiff represents a new take on transient processing, which opens up some intriguing possibilities in mixing and mastering.