Hot Wax is a dual overdrive pedal that draws upon and combines two existing EHX pedal designs, the Crayon and the Hot Tubes.
Helix systems are converting many guitarists to amp modelling, and the newest of them brings Line 6’s latest algorithms to your DAW.
LiquidSonics have made a convolution reverb that sounds like an algorithmic reverb — and not just any algorithmic reverb...
Pairing EHX’s impressive ‘freeze’ technology with a multi-effects processor opens up a world of creative possibilities.
The 9.4 software release sees Universal Audio add a modern classic to their plug-in range.
Kilohearts not only develop plug-in processors but also what they call Snapin Host multi-effects plug-ins...
Soundtoys’ new reverb might be little, but it has a big sound...
Audio Damage have started to take a pretty serious interest in iOS, porting a number of their desktop plug-ins to the mobile platform.
Creating genuine and controllable guitar feedback has always presented a challenge, and few pedal or plug-in designers have...
Have you ever craved the ability to use software plug-ins or MaxMSP patches on stage — without the bother of a computer?
This retro-looking stompbox keeps things simple and unfussy, while boasting unique and clever features.
With yachts, SUVs and auto garages on the menu, Indoor is not your ordinary reverb.
UltraTap delay was an algorithm in Eventide's H9 processor, but it has now become available as a plug-in in its own right.
Electro-Harmonix’s Operation Overlord Allied Overdrive is a slightly unusual overdrive pedal, in that it has full stereo capability.
Building on Avid’s Eleven Rack technology, this new hardware amp modeller promises to combine great sound with ease of use.
McDSP’s tasty echo presents a mouth-watering trio of vintage delay styles, with a side order of freakiness.
The design aim with the True Overdrive 1 was to emulate the way valve circuitry behaves, so that the sound cleans up very naturally as you back off the guitar volume control or play quieter.
This stompbox aims to put the sound of classic analogue synths at guitarists’ feet.
What does Eventide’s “new method for processing audio” offer that we don’t already have in our plug-in folders?
Designed to allow the guitarist to produce familiar amped tones without the need for an actual amplifier, Radial’s ToneBone JDX Direct Drive emulates the tonal coloration of a guitar amplifier/speaker combination.
Antares’ efforts to apply their pitch-correction technology to guitar products continues, with this versatile pedal-format processor.
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