These two plug‑ins bring you the spirit of their 'unobtainium' hardware counterparts!
Warmth is the name of the game for these three EQs, which boast modelled Marinair transformers and a range of different virtual vacuum tubes.
There's rather more to FabFilter's redesigned multiband saturator than a slicker GUI.
SSL's famous listen-mic compressor just got more tweakable.
With algorithms ported from their H9 pedal system, MicroPitch is a dual pitch-shifter and a dual delay effect with modulation.
The AR1 is an algorithmic reverb supporting 64-bit VST and AU plug‑in formats on Mac and Windows.
MAAT's mastering equaliser models the characteristics of 12 analogue EQ designs, but leaves out their real-world drawbacks!
Mike Senior explores the subject of Haas delays at mixdown, explaining how they work, how to get the best out of them, and how to avoid the most common traps associated with them.
Ever wondered how a Leslie cabinet with four different speakers would sound?
Remnant comprises two delay lines, from which a granular engine takes segments and processes them.
MorphVerb's stylish interface is dominated by a large dial, which lets you blend between two reverb algorithms...
How close do these modelling plug‑ins sound to the real thing?
Have IK managed to bottle the sound of the famous Hollywood studio?
If you like looking to effects for musical ideas, this plug‑in's worth checking out.
It's not every day you find a channel-strip plug‑in that offers out-there features such as pitch and formant shifting!
Want to combine the freedom to choose EQs and compressors with the convenience of a single plug‑in? PSP may have the answer...
Bucketverb imagines a history where charge-coupled analogue delay chips were used to create reverberation, and in which the digital reverb revolution never happened.
The Verbum Entropic Hall plug-in uses a chaotic reflections algorithm to create a reverb with a character that's reminiscent of early reverb machines...
Could these original effects and enhanced classics be the perfect addition to your DAW?
Waves' new plug–in is more than just a vocoder...
This plug-in sounds pleasingly 'organic' and adds some useful functionality compared with the Binson Echorecs on which it's based.
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