The Airpulse brand may be new to you but they're a company with some serious pedigree, as these unusual monitors prove.
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This ambitious overdrive promises to recreate the entire signal path of a valve amp in solid-state electronics.
Audionamix are aiming to make the process of vocal extraction not only better, but quicker.
If your thunderous cinematic percussion is getting out of control, you need Taiko Creator.
For their newest speaker model, Polish monitor makers APS teamed up with experienced studio designer Troy Germano.
Daniel Weiss' hardware helped convert mastering engineers to the joys of digital processing. Is it still equally desirable in plug-in format?
Re-live the sound of the '70s with this classy combination of limiter and tape emulator.
AudioSourceRE's innovative plug-in provides new ways to slice and dice stereo audio in real time.
Arturia built their reputation on software recreations of classic synths, now they're back with one of their own.
FXpansion's new soft synth boasts sensational sound and an almost unhealthy level of modulation.
Audient have used their considerable expertise to create an audio interface just for guitarists.
Luke Audio's new valve microphone provides three classic capsule options at a highly affordable price. Is it too good to miss, or too good to be true?
Find out how just how well this vintage recreation compares with the original that inspired it.
Overstayer's versatile stereo processor offers endless ways to manipulate — or obliterate — any input signal!
The transformerless, Class‑A DI input circuit from Phoenix Audio's DRS2 mic preamp has spawned a range of dedicated active DI products, the latest being the single-channel Nimbus DI.
The first edition of Loudspeakers was published in 2007 but now, with the much revised and expanded second edition, we have reason to give it the formal SOS review treatment...
The ODR‑Mini is essentially a slightly tweaked version of Nobels' ODR‑1 overdive pedal (by all accounts extremely popular with Nashville musicians), with true bypass and a tightened low end, but squeezed into a mini‑format case.
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.
The latest version of Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro brings many new features, including improved algorithms and deeper DAW integration.