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Acustica Audio have applied their unique sampling technology to the world of magnetic recording media — with impressive results.
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.
Does EastWest's new collection of impulse responses take reverb to the final frontier?
Originally best known for their large-format mixing consoles, Harrison have been diversifying in recent years, launching a range of inexpensive cross-platform plug-ins under the AVA sub-brand. We explore their equaliser designed specifically for mastering applications.
Superchord from LMDSP is a plug-in that takes the concept of piano-string sympathetic resonance as a starting point for an incredibly versatile range of riotously creative effects.
CenterOne v2 adds a new Center Width control which varies what is counted as belonging to the ‘centre’ component by the algorithm...
iZotope’s one-stop shop for processed vocal sounds has acquired a few new aisles!
Ever wanted to tailor your own software amp in a plug-in, and pack the result into a box to take on stage with a real speaker?
Sonarworks software has been widely lauded for its ability to correct the sound of headphones. Can it do the same for monitors?
Auto-Tune keeps evolving, and the latest version incorporates both its best pitch-correction ever and a nod to its past.
Billed as “three filters you’ll actually use”, Arturia’s plug‑in trilogy is modelled on the filter sections found in three...
Envy is a pitch and modulation plug‑in designed to apply the characteristics of one sound to another.
This enhancer plug‑in can target specific parts of the audio spectrum, presenting a user interface that operates much like a five‑band, boost‑only parametric equaliser...
While Lo-Fly Dirt can make things very grungy, it is perhaps more akin to the analogue saturation plug-ins that have become very popular on desktop platforms over the last few years.
Acustica’s non-linear convolution technology is constantly evolving, and two new plug-in suites provide a dazzling showcase for their latest Core12 engine.
Waves’ latest signature plug-in distils the accumulated wisdom of a master engineer into a powerful channel strip.