Could this plug‑in be both the quickest and the best way to achieve a range of familiar vocal effects?
The bucket‑brigade analogue delay line gives this pedal a classic chorus sound reminiscent of the early Clone Theory pedals...
Why let guitarists have all the fun? Stompboxes can be inspirational mixing tools.
This delicious‑sounding phaser should fill the needs of funk players or those trying to replicate some of the gentler Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour effects.
Arturia add some helpful extras to their plug-in models of three classic analogue modulation effects.
SoundMorph’s Dust takes an interplanetary approach to granular resynthesis.
Much more than a crossfade tool, Transmutator offers multiple blending modes that allow you to combine or transition between two signals in creative ways.
Waves breathe a little freshness into the familiar.
Warm Audio’s Foxy Tone Box claims to be an accurate recreation of one of the most sought‑after vintage fuzz pedals of all time...
Undulator combines multitap delay with feedback and detuning, alongside a multi-waveform tremolo whose depth and speed can themselves be modulated.
SubBass Doctor 808 is designed to add sub-bass to sounds that already reside in the sub-50Hz low-frequency register.
Looperator takes any audio source and slices it into 16 steps, applying a series of effects to any step that include filters, stutters, slices, distortion, tape stops, volume modulation and looping.
Source Audio have managed to get the relationship between input envelope and filter response to feel very natural on this envelope-controlled filter.
New vocal processor offers real-time voice effects and manipulation for live performance.
Ever wondered how a Leslie cabinet with four different speakers would sound?
Remnant comprises two delay lines, from which a granular engine takes segments and processes them.
Just over a year ago I reviewed the Tiptop Audio Z‑DSP NS. It's a large, flagship, modular effects processor...
If you like looking to effects for musical ideas, this plug‑in's worth checking out.
Cirrus combines delay, reverb, dynamic modulation, dynamic filtering, sample & hold modulation and octave shimmer in a single digital pedal.
I've got a Zoom MS-70CDR [multi-effects] pedal, and a few people are saying not to use it via an aux send and return, owing to a comb-filtering issue. Have you noticed this issue with digital pedals on aux returns?
11 impressive modulation processes all in one compact pedal — what's not to like?
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