This powerful vocal processor puts its controls right where you need them!
AmpliTube 4 gives the virtual guitarist more amp, cab and miking options than ever before.
The Key9 takes in a monophonic or polyphonic signal from a standard electric guitar, processes the waveforms that come from the pickups, and delivers a remodelled sound, in this case emulating electric pianos...
Designed and built in Germany, and paying tribute to the Tube Screamer sound...
Need a drum accompaniment at the flick of a switch (and the tap of a foot)? Then look no further than this crafty device!
Laney’s versatile Ironheart amps are impressive, but can you really get the same sound from a stomp box?
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Where one Soundtoys plug-in isn’t enough, you can now create custom chains, with a new emulation of a classic delay on offer too.
Digital Brain Instruments are carving a niche for themselves producing fun and intuitive interactive audio tools for games...
I’ve been aware of Sound Radix’s SurferEQ for a few years now but, for some reason, have only recently managed to...
Merging two different creatures didn’t work out so well for Jeff Goldblum and co in The Fly. But what if you could merge the DNA of two different sounds instead?
Harald Bode was perhaps one of the most important audio innovators of the 20th century, but his work is not widely known today...
Is this the ultimate Swiss Army knife for bassists?
Anthology X makes many of Eventide’s signature effects available in native plug–in formats for the first time. Was it worth the wait?
Every so often, an innovative and easy-to-use piece of technology comes along that makes me (and everyone that I show it to) grin from ear to ear...
E-H's overdrive pedal uses MOSFETs as non-linear elements to create distortion, and actually performs as well as many boutique pedals despite being very modestly priced.
Gate, limiter, compressor, tremolo, volume pedal — is there nothing the Sonuus Voluum can’t do?
If your loops lack flavour, Sugar Bytes’ innovative slicing plug–in might be just the special sauce they need!
It’s easy to pigeonhole spring reverbs as guitar amp accessories, but back in the pre-digital era, AKG built a no-holds studio spring reverb system called the BX20.
Siren Audio launched the Lorelei suite of applications a few years ago but now two of them, Generative and Feedback 2 have received major tweaks and updates.
Presented as a three-knob pedal complete with footswitch, the 615 Smooth is designed to work with both instrument and studio outboard setups.
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