Cryostasis progressively smears audio sources until they are infinitely frozen and uses spectral effects to shape the resulting tail.
Magma from K-Devices uses a mix of micro-looping, granular synthesis and other processes to create unusual sound effects.
PatchWork from Blue Cat Audio allows users to create custom processing chains from both built-in effects and third-party plug-ins.
Universal Audio have announced that their UAD Spark subscription service is now available to Windows users.
Infiltrator 2 is a multi-effects plug-in from Devious Machines loaded with modulation and sequencer-based capabilities.
Comprising a huge variety of world-class Eventide effects, Physion MkII processes a sound's transient and tonal parts separately.
The latest version of Nomad Factory's 80s Spaces plug-in adds a range of features, including new EQ and Colour options for the Effect section.
RO-GOLD from Black Rooster Audio is a free software emulation of a vintage plate reverb upgraded with a 24k gold plate.
Soundtoys have announced a month-long sale on upgrades and trade-ups that are available to current registered users.
TrapTune from United Plugins and SounDevice Digital offers an all-in-one vocal processing solution aimed at creators of hip-hop, trap, EDM, R&B and contemporary pop music.
LiquidSonics have announced a major free update to their HD Cart reverb plug-in, adding Dolby Atmos 7.1.6 support as well as additional processing options.
Like other Baby Audio plug‑ins, Crystalline combines great sound with a refreshing GUI.
Poly Space is the first platform-free effects plug-in from Karanyi Sounds, who primarily develop Kontakt instruments aimed at composers and sound designers.
Vienna Symphonic Library have released MIR Pro 3D, the third generation of their mixing and reverberation software.
Strymon's blueSky, El Capistan, Flint, Deco, DIG, and Lex pedals have all been treated to an update, with new MIDI functionality and controls added.
Could this modern tape delay prove to be even better than the real thing?
Spacelab combines reverb with 3D-panning and brings immersive mixing features to users of any DAW.
This modern take on the Lexicon 224 may be a pedal, but it has applications that go way beyond guitar.
IK Multimedia’s Fame Studio Reverb emulates the sound of the legendary FAME studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
With both a hardware pedal and a plug‑in version included, this classy‑sounding reverb offers more options than most.
The masters of convolution have finally produced a reverb, but it’s far from being a straightforward convolution reverb.
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