Plamen is a five‑band saturator, in which each band can be processed using one of five different saturation algorithms.
This dual‑distortion box is equally at home with guitars,synths and drum machines, on a dusted‑daily desktop or a filthy stage pedalboard...
Still searching for an ‘always on’ overdrive that works with your guitar’s volume control turned up or backed off? Your search might be over...
With the KD1 saturation effect, McDSP show that their analogue plug‑in system can deliver more than just dynamics processing.
Designed in collaboration with the JHS Pedals team, EHX’s Lizard Queen is a slightly unusual distortion pedal...
As a traditional bus compressor, this plug‑in sounds great — but there’s much more to it than that!
Controllable carnage is the name of the game, but the Punishr can do warmth and subtlety too!
These audio examples accompany the SOS June 2023 review of the Punishr analogue harmonic distortion 500-series module by Malcolm Toft.
Magma offers a one‑stop shop for analogue‑style attitude and warmth.
This deceptively simple plug‑in has been designed to blend ‘nice’ and ‘nasty’ saturation any way you need it.
Freqport’s innovative desktop box makes adding valve warmth to your DAW mixes as easy as loading a plug‑in.
Want to use a real Big Muff Pi in your DAW session? With this one, you can just plug and go...
Launched in 1994, the original Klon Centaur Professional Overdrive pedal was surely the product that paved the way for today’s vibrant ‘boutique’ guitar‑pedal market.
Warmdrive replicates the sound of the original, ‘classic’ version of the pedal design that helped create the whole ‘Dumble‑in‑a‑box’ concept.
Origin Effects’ new Halcyon Green Overdrive pedal is based on the classic Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer.
Arturia’s new distortion processor is good for much more than just a bit of dirt and fuzz!
The Design‑A‑Drive is the first pedal that allows you to really substantially tune its overdrive characteristics to match the requirements of a large range of amps.
MTurboAmp lets you build pretty much any amp or distortion pedal you want!
Boss have launched a Waza Craft Fuzz pedal, which uses new circuitry that aims to recreate classic fuzz sounds and more modern variants.
If you’re a fan of early 1970s guitar tones, this evamp of the classic Colorsound Power Boost pedal might be one you’ll enjoy...
Can a pedal really replicate the classic studio sound of a tweed‑era Champ?
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