Superchord from LMDSP is a plug-in that takes the concept of piano-string sympathetic resonance as a starting point for an incredibly versatile range of riotously creative effects.
Auto-Tune keeps evolving, and the latest version incorporates both its best pitch-correction ever and a nod to its past.
Sonarworks software has been widely lauded for its ability to correct the sound of headphones. Can it do the same for monitors?
iZotope’s one-stop shop for processed vocal sounds has acquired a few new aisles!
This enhancer plug‑in can target specific parts of the audio spectrum, presenting a user interface that operates much like a five‑band, boost‑only parametric equaliser...
Billed as “three filters you’ll actually use”, Arturia’s plug‑in trilogy is modelled on the filter sections found in three...
Envy is a pitch and modulation plug‑in designed to apply the characteristics of one sound to another.
While Lo-Fly Dirt can make things very grungy, it is perhaps more akin to the analogue saturation plug-ins that have become very popular on desktop platforms over the last few years.
Acustica’s non-linear convolution technology is constantly evolving, and two new plug-in suites provide a dazzling showcase for their latest Core12 engine.
Waves’ latest signature plug-in distils the accumulated wisdom of a master engineer into a powerful channel strip.
Oeksound have developed an algorithm that can automatically identify problem areas in a source and, rather than imposing fixed EQ, Soothe applies attenuation dynamically as and when it’s needed.
VoxDoubler is part of a new, much simpler, series of effects and tools that delivers the kind of sonic quality you’d expect from Sonnox, using only a small number of controls.
The latest versions of iZotope’s Ozone and Neutron are not only more intelligent than their predecessors, they can also communicate with one another.
Mercuriall’s painstaking recreation of a classic Mesa guitar preamp offers more than just rock nostalgia.
Soundtheory’s first plug-in doesn’t just give you a ‘make it sound better’ control — it has five of them!
A unique new DSP tool allows disparate sounds to be mated — with intriguing results!
RZ062 is a faithful recreation of a valve EQ that was made by Siemens in the 1950s — or rather, of two different valve EQs, because Audified have modelled both ‘A’ and ‘B’ versions of this processor as separate plug-ins.
Cableguys’ neat plug-in lets you alter the fabric of time itself — or just make cheesy tape-stop effects. The choice is yours...
Audionamix’s easy-to-use Mac utility promises to separate any music track into drums, music and vocals.
Helix systems are converting many guitarists to amp modelling, and the newest of them brings Line 6’s latest algorithms to your DAW.
A new processor from a new developer promises limiting and transient control precisely targeted to the needs of an individual mix.
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