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    Bob Moog MuRF

    Voltage-Controlled Filter Pedal

    This unusual effects pedal combines a bank of eight band-pass filters with an analogue-style control sequencer.

    Reviews Apr 2005
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    Korg TP2 & TPB2

    Dual Tube Preamp/Optical Compressor

    Korg's new valve preamp and optical compressor is available not only as a stand-alone box, but also in a version which can be installed directly into either of their flagship digital multitrackers.

    Reviews Apr 2005
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    Phonic T8100, T8200 & T8300

    Valve Processors

    This range of valve processors offers a variety of character sounds for the more adventurous home recordist.

    Reviews Apr 2005
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    TC Electronic MD3

    Stereo Mastering Tools [Powercore]

    Thanks to the new MD3 package, Powercore users now have access to high-end mastering tools from TC's System 6000 processor.

    Reviews Apr 2005
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    Convolution Processing With Impulse Responses

    How It Works

    Although convolution is often associated with high-end reverb processing, this technology makes many other new sounds available to you once you understand how it works.

    Techniques Apr 2005
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    Plug-in Folder

    Universal Audio Plate 140 • Prosoniq Morph • Wave Arts Power Suite

    We check out another batch of plug-ins destined to find a place in your virtual rack.

    Reviews . Mar 2005
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    DAV Electronics BG4

    Compressor/Limiter

    A premium compression sound lurks behind the no-frills cosmetics of this new Broadhurst Gardens processor.

    Reviews Feb 2005
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    BIAS Sound Soap Pro

    Noise-reduction Software [Mac/PC]

    This cross-platform package from BIAS offers high-quality denoising at an affordable price.

    Reviews Feb 2005
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    Q. What's the difference between filtering and EQ?

    Is there any fundamental difference between filtering and EQ? The filtering I'm particularly interested in is linear-phase...

    Sound Advice Jan 2005

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