Throughout his illustrious career, Rupert Neve continued to refine the diode‑bridge compressor design he first created over half a century ago.
We check out TK’s latest intriguing interpretation of the humble VCA compressor.
Could this plug‑in be both the quickest and the best way to achieve a range of familiar vocal effects?
Why let guitarists have all the fun? Stompboxes can be inspirational mixing tools.
With patch‑morphing and a built‑in step sequencer, the NightSky is no ordinary reverb unit.
If you’re into analogue processing but worried about your carbon footprint, Tierra have you covered!
We check out four pedals that emulate classic amplifier types.
This refreshed range boasts new features and improved specs — but the same great value for money.
Will Waves' plug-in emulation of the Abbey Road RS124, which was based on a much modified Altec 436B valve compressor, find favour with today's engineers and producers?
There are many types of distortion that can be pressed into service in the name of musical creativity, ranging from soft...
The bucket‑brigade analogue delay line gives this pedal a classic chorus sound reminiscent of the early Clone Theory pedals...
This “punchy hybrid compressor” draws its inspiration from both the classic API and SSL hardware designs.
This delicious‑sounding phaser should fill the needs of funk players or those trying to replicate some of the gentler Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour effects.
Euporie is a ‘multi‑response’ analogue low‑pass filter whose resonance can be switched between a Moog and Sallen & Key characteristic, giving you two filters for the price of one.
PMI breathe new life into a classic dynamic EQ design.
BDE, or Big Distortion Engine for long, is the second plug‑in from producer and engineer Jordan Swift.
The kings of dynamic convolution take on producer Mike Dean’s signal chain.
The evolution of convolution takes several steps forward with Inspired Acoustics’ awe‑inspiring immersive reverb.
Your virtual assistant is here to help you find the perfect reverb...
Ever wondered what a ‘four‑quadrant analogue multiplier compressor’ might sound like? Neither had we — but it turns out to be something a bit special!
We test this stylish take on a classic EQ design.
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