We’ve come to expect the unexpected from Zynaptiq, and their new reverb delivers just that!
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 by PandaMIDI in Hungary and inspired by the long-discontinued Akai Deep Impact, this unit adds a useful range of extra features.
A trio of easy-to-use plug-ins from Waves aims to bottle the signature sounds of pop producer Greg Wells.
We get hands-on with the most unusual device yet to spring forth from the IGS workshop.
Eighteen years after the launch of their ground-breaking POD, Line 6’s new flagship amp-modeller looks brimful of promise.
With new amps, effects and a stripped-back GUI, is Overloud’s modelling software ready to play a headline slot?
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.
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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...
Anthology X makes many of Eventide’s signature effects available in native plug–in formats for the first time. Was it worth the wait?
Gate, limiter, compressor, tremolo, volume pedal — is there nothing the Sonuus Voluum can’t do?
Presented as a three-knob pedal complete with footswitch, the 615 Smooth is designed to work with both instrument and studio outboard setups.
This intriguing program aims to give your vocals the inhuman touch.
Thanks to the addition of powerful pitch-correction and manual time-warping features, Revoice Pro 3 offers a complete vocal-processing toolkit.
While an overdrive pedal might not seem like an obvious studio accessory I’ve often found that using an analogue overdrive pedal before a software modelling amp/speaker produces more musical results.
Flux FX is an ambitious iOS effect processor created by guitar legend Adrian Belew and developers. It provides a chain of up to five versatile effects, each with an X-Y pad for performance access, plus a step sequencer for capturing pad motion.
By designing a signal processing environment that offers endless modulation and routing options, Native Instruments hope to reinvent the way we use effects.
The French company behind many of the software plug-ins for the Creamware DSP platform have branched out into analogue guitar pedals and produced something quite different!
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