We’ve come to expect the unexpected from Zynaptiq, and their new reverb delivers just that!
A bundle of the most common studio effects, specifically delay, phasing, flanging, chorus, enhancement and a preamp emulation...
Is VocalSynth the natural choice for unnatural vocal sounds?
Once available only to Pro Tools users, AIR’s comprehensive plug-in bundle is now open to all — and has been augmented by some intriguing additions.
Designed to produce a wide range of mono or stereo delay-based effects, StompDelay's inbuilt multi-waveform modulation allows it to double as a flanger, chorus, tape echo or extreme effects generator.
A trio of easy-to-use plug-ins from Waves aims to bottle the signature sounds of pop producer Greg Wells.
Waves took on the challenge of modelling four modified EMT 140 plates used at Abbey Road Studios on countless classic recordings. Did they succeed?
Emulating the setup of gates and room mics on the vocal treatment Tony Visconti used for the David Bowie track ‘Heroes’, Eventide's plug-in is more than a one-trick pony...
B-Scanner replicates the vibrato and offers far more scope to create effects outside the range of Hammond’s original ‘scanner’ chorus/vibrato circuit.
With new amps, effects and a stripped-back GUI, is Overloud’s modelling software ready to play a headline slot?
Algorithmic reverb plug-ins still can’t match high-end hardware, but Liquidsonics are bridging the gap with an innovative new convolution technique.
AmpliTube 4 gives the virtual guitarist more amp, cab and miking options than ever before.
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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...
Anthology X makes many of Eventide’s signature effects available in native plug–in formats for the first time. Was it worth the wait?
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