Is this Dbx’s most user–friendly feedback suppressor to date?
It’s not easy to create an analogue multi–band compressor that competes on quality and price, but Drawmer show us it can be done.
While an overdrive pedal might not seem like an obvious studio accessory I’ve often found that using an analogue overdrive pedal before a software modelling amp/speaker produces more musical results.
A Waves plug-in based on the original hardware Dbx 160 designed by engineer David Blackmer in the early 1970s.
Acoustic guitar modelling Plug-in.
Whilst PSP’s basic design remains the same, with a graphic display of the overall EQ curve and controls for up to five parametric EQ bands. Almost every aspect has been enhanced in some way or another.
Electro-Harmonix have always had a good reputation for their pitch-shift effects. How does their latest one compare?
Kush Audio have a knack of making forward-looking products that exude vintage vibe — and this remarkable compressor is no exception.
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Anthony Demaria’s limiter is based on a classic Bill Putnam valve design — but does it live up to its illustrious heritage?
With the VST protocol now supported, more people than ever can use CEDAR’s industry-standard restoration tools.
Can Sonarworks’ calibration plug-in help to make mixing on headphones less of a compromise?
No control room is acoustically perfect, but the right correction system can help to deliver more accurate monitoring.
I discovered this very handy software, created by the makers of AA Translator almost by accident after searching for a way of batch–interleaving pairs of mono WAV files.
No-one has come near to producing a convincing copy of a Pultec EQP-1A at a wallet-friendly price. Until now!
This all-analogue compressor-gate promises versatile utility for the budget conscious.
Auto-Tune is said to be the biggest-selling plug-in of all time. How does the new version shape up against the competition?
It’s billed as a ‘digital delay with an analogue heart’ but does this compact device offer anything you can’t already get in the box?
The latest version of iZotope’s RX adds some interesting features — but do they have musical applications?
There’s more to MC AudioLab’s new 500-series modules than their funky fuchsia facades...
If your audio is soiled, SoundSoap 4 offers new tools to restore it to gleaming whiteness.
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