We put this versatile homage to the classic British bus compressor through its paces.
Is this, as the manufacturers claim, the most authentic recreation of the venerable PulTec EQP‑1A?
Heritage Audio release the Successor diode bridge master bus compressor which offers a characterful...
Gyrator four-band EQ in 500 Series format with 12 switchable frequencies, and 16dB cut/boost available....
Evolution of the TH3 guitar amp simulation plug-in with many new features: 15 new amplifiers, including...
UA return to their roots with their Santa Cruz-based facility focusing on handmade, high-end analogue...
Does EastWest's new collection of impulse responses take reverb to the final frontier?
With their usual idiosyncratic approach to audio, OTO Machines have created a processor that will surprise and delight.
This pedal puts Line 6's flagship Helix processing in a compact stompbox.
Buzz update a characterful concept to create a compressor that's capable of both vintage and modern sounds.
Oeksound's Spiff represents a new take on transient processing, which opens up some intriguing possibilities in mixing and mastering.
This is a hybrid product in more ways than one — not least because it can be controlled via a dedicated DAW plug‑in.
Golden Age have compressed their Comp‑3A compressor, cramming more than a little of its essence into the smaller form of the Comp-3A Jr.
Clearly aimed at the cost-conscious end of the market, the Forbidden Planet filter embodies its quintessentially analogue namesake thanks to a 2-pole, 12dB/oct filter inspired by the 1975 Steiner-Parker Synthacon...
This classy stereo processor aims to bring analogue colour to your digital recordings.
We put BLA’s feature-rich and keenly priced 1176-style compressor to the test.
Nectar 3 from iZotope promises to provide pretty much all you need for processing and mixing vocals so...
Could Boss’s latest do-it-all modelling processor form the heart of your live or recording rig?
This neat box of tricks offers a wide range of vocal effects, as well as the ability to track the pitch of a guitar or MIDI input.
Kludge Audio’s new transformer‑ and inductor‑based modules could be just what’s needed to inject a bit of vintage vibe.
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