MOD Devices have launched a set of modular synthesizers that allow musicians to play synth sounds using a guitar, with no modifications or special pickups required.
With its intoxicating amount of modulation options, this creative effects plug‑in could become rather addictive!
Gibson breathe new life into a fondly remembered vintage pedal marque.
Based on the chorus section of Roland’s classic RE‑501, this isn’t your average 500‑series module!
Efx Fragments is a granular effects processor that can create effects ranging from obvious glitchiness to ethereal ambiences.
UJAM add sonic movement to the themes explored in their popular Finisher series.
Empress’ compact, powerful and versatile ZOIA is part multi‑effects unit, part modular synthesizer...
It can’t turn you into Bob Clearmountain, but this plug‑in can certainly help you create some beautiful effects!
Another of Eventide’s excellent plug‑ins makes the transition to the popular pedal format.
Described by its creator as a “weirding module”, the Atreides doesn’t do things by halves!
Combining the classic vocoder with Antares’ popular pitch processor, this plug‑in is capable of some pretty 'out there' effects.
Available through United Plugins, Muramasa Audio’s Electrum is a guitar‑style amp, speaker and pedalboard modelling plug...
The Vibraslide is a genuinely unique and impressive take on the guitar sustainer concept.
This Voice Changer plug‑in is probably going to appeal more to those creating podcasts or low‑budget movies than to music producers...
Hotone believe you shouldn’t have to tweak a million virtual components to find a great guitar tone...
UJAM add some vintage vibes to their range of user‑friendly effects plug‑ins.
Fideleater is a lo‑fi chorus, vibrato and delay pedal whose six controls can be used to access a huge palette of sounds.
Given the significant cost of this pedal, it’s probably going to appeal mainly to those who already know what to expect from it, though the limited production run may also make it of interest to collectors.
While the Vena Cava Filter is a distortion pedal at heart, the main functions of this unit are an auto-filter and ring modulator.
JMC Orbitron can run up to four modulation algorithms simultaneously, and they can all be blended to taste with the main circular X/Y control.
Could this plug‑in be both the quickest and the best way to achieve a range of familiar vocal effects?
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