The 1973 version two Big Muff Pi — with a ram's head printed on the casework — was used on so many classic records that EHX have decided to bring it back.
Bass9 transforms the signal from a standard six-string electric guitar into one of nine different bass sounds...
This plug-in offers parallel compression and tube-like saturation.
The most classic of '80s reverberators has been reinvented — complete with retro controls — for the 500-series.
Will Bob Clearmountain's signature plug-in help aspiring mix engineers emulate their hero's success?
Collider is essentially a dual–DSP marriage of Source Audio's Ventris reverb pedal and their Nemesis delay.
Nano offers the same overdrive and distortion as the original Operation Overlord pedal, minus the stereo ins/outs.
One look at the interface and you can tell right away that there's more to Hyperspace than your usual reverb plug-in...
Simplicity meets sophistication in Relab's impressive new reverb plug-in.
Billed as a faithful recreation of the built-in chorus effect found in the Roland Juno‑60 synthesizer, the June‑60 pedal goes all out to recreate the Juno aesthetic...
This all-analogue processor is designed to massage, mangle and mutilate your audio.
Universal Audio continue to tempt UAD2 owners with officially licensed recreations of classic equipment — and rooms!
This all-digital pedal's polyphonic envelope technology lets you apply separate envelope shapes to overlapping notes to simulate a tape reverse effect.
Eventide's most powerful ever Harmonizer crams half a century of effects know‑how into a unit that's elegant, easy to use and — thanks to its upgradeability — completely futureproof.
Numerical Audio will probably be known to keen iOS recordists through developer Kai Aras' earlier apps such as RP‑1 and...
From the classic vocoders of the '70s through to the hyper pitch-corrected pop vocals of the last decade, Roland's VT‑4 can do it all.
The Gigboard crams the processing power of Headrush's flagship Pedalboard into a compact and easy to use format.
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.
This is a hybrid product in more ways than one — not least because it can be controlled via a dedicated DAW plug‑in.
Could Boss’s latest do-it-all modelling processor form the heart of your live or recording rig?
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