Antares' Auto‑Tune needs no introduction, and the company have now launched a super‑simple version that is more...
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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.
Rhythmic Odyssey represents a collaboration between Soundiron and the highly regarded UK-based percussionist David Oliver to develop a virtual instrument built around live percussion performances.
It may be the smallest mixer they've ever made, but the SiX shares more than just heritage with SSL's legendary large-format consoles.
The PreSonus Atom offers hands-on control and tight integration with their Studio One DAW.
The RodeCaster Pro is a one‑stop shop for creating high‑quality podcasts.
This Kontakt instrument has been built from samples of the 19th‑Century English pipe organ installed in the church of St James The Great in Snitterfield, Warwickshire...
If you're looking to add wireless functionality to your favourite mic, Xvive's U3 could be just what you need.
How do you improve on the ultimate drum studio? Steinberg attempt just that with the latest version of Groove Agent.
The Medusa combines analogue and digital, synthesizer and sequencer — and even throws in a controller for good measure.
Billy Decker's signature plug-in collection is aimed at those who'd rather get things done than get into the details.
FabFilter have reinvented their Pro‑L limiter for the new world of loudness normalisation.
Bass Banjo is based on a bespoke instrument originally built by one of Modwheel's founders, David Donaldson, together with collaborator Stuart Porter, for performance duties with an outdoor marching band...
Korg's new mini PA is as versatile as it is compact and portable.
Waldorf's new flagship synthesizer is complex, versatile and hugely ambitious.
Genelec's latest monitor is a flexible beast, designed for the large multi-speaker setups that are needed in VR and immersive audio. But does this versatility come at the expense of its usefulness for conventional music mixing?
The team behind Push Turn Move shift their attention to modular synthesis.
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.
JoeCo's debut desktop interface combines high sound quality, robust engineering and some unusual features.