Royal Mu compressor and Royal Q equaliser join the APB module line-up.
We check out Korneff’s vibey take on a tube‑laden FET compressor.
Now you can rock the MOD on your desktop!
Have you ever wished convolution reverbs could be a little more malleable?
Love the sound of high‑end analogue kit, but don’t have the space or the money to buy it? No problem...
RootOne refreshes the parts most other enhancers cannot reach.
Eventide have put their out‑there reverb effect into a compact pedal.
Hungarian startup company unveil valve compressor and EQ.
Arturia add some helpful extras to their plug-in models of three classic analogue modulation effects.
This characterful compressor offers a little more control than most ‘vibe machines’.
Eventide’s Spring is a meticulous emulation of the kind of spring reverb you might find in a guitar combo, but with an extended parameter range for more creative uses.
Though there’s only one main user control, VocalMint's audio path comprises a serial chain of three different types of compressor, and multiple behind‑the‑scenes parameters have been optimised specifically for vocal processing.
The EQ2 offers quality graphic and parametric EQ, with full MIDI capabilities, all delivered in a robust pedal. What's not to like?
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.
IK’s latest modular processing suite brings a whole new meaning to the idea of ‘mixing in the box’.
Boss got so much right with their DD‑3 that it has remained on sale ever since it launched in 1986. But this year they’ve updated it and introduced the more adventurous DD‑8.
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...
If you regularly learn or transcribe songs from audio, deCoda might be just the helping hand you need.
EQ will make or break your master. It's the single most important factor in mastering, once you've decided the loudness...
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