Flux Pro is an affordable, easy‑to‑use, graph‑driven effects plug‑in which can produce some addictive rhythmic effects that completely transform the source material.
Cableguys’ box of tricks is a creative processing powerhouse.
With its astonishing array of new and cherished effects, Eventide’s ‘everything pedal’ should appeal to guitarists, synth heads and mix engineers alike.
Moog may be better known for their synths, but their out‑of‑production Moogerfooger effects change hands for silly prices. And now they’re available in software form...
We check out the updated version of Eventide’s creative ‘Structural Split’ effect.
Want to learn about vintage studio effects units? This book is a great place to start.
The Zelzah will take you to places conventional phasers can only dream of...
Do your productions lack texture and movement? Your DAW’s modulation plug‑ins might offer a solution.
With granular processing, pitch manipulation, reverb, modulation and a looper, this isn’t just a tool for guitarists.
TC Electronic’s first chorus device dates back to 1976 and is now reborn in the form of their SCF Gold all-analogue pedal.
Can Tantra 2 help you breathe new life into your sounds?
Zoom’s new multi‑effects pedal is both a problem‑solver and a source of inspiration.
Gibson breathe new life into a fondly remembered vintage pedal marque.
Efx Fragments is a granular effects processor that can create effects ranging from obvious glitchiness to ethereal ambiences.
With its intoxicating amount of modulation options, this creative effects plug‑in could become rather addictive!
Based on the chorus section of Roland’s classic RE‑501, this isn’t your average 500‑series module!
UJAM add sonic movement to the themes explored in their popular Finisher series.
It can’t turn you into Bob Clearmountain, but this plug‑in can certainly help you create some beautiful effects!
Empress’ compact, powerful and versatile ZOIA is part multi‑effects unit, part modular synthesizer...
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!
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