Want to combine the freedom to choose EQs and compressors with the convenience of a single plug‑in? PSP may have the answer...
Described as a four-band preamp, overdrive and distortion module, the M G D–2 puts guitar pedal power at the heart of your Eurorack.
With its ability to deliver anything from super-subtle saturation to downright despicable distortion, could this be the only valve preamp you'll ever need?
There are plenty of very heavily distorted examples already out there to be heard, but I’ve gone for some tones that I think challenge the technology a little more.
Widely touted as Boss's response to UA's popular OX, the Tube Amp Expander actually offers a contrasting approach. Will one of them be a clear winner?
Find out how just how well this vintage recreation compares with the original that inspired it.
Though a great recording front‑end, this versatile and characterful processor could just as easily find a home on your stereo mix bus...
Golden Age's new Premier brand takes their popular Pre‑73 preamps to the next level.
Don’t have a great-sounding room? Can’t turn your amp up to get the sounds you want? Want to turn down your speaker without sacrificing your tube amp’s tonality? Maybe this changes everything...
We cast our eyes and ears over Mr Neve’s elegant contributions to the 500-series format.
Intended as a means of adding ‘analogue mojo’, this device has been designed to integrate seamlessly into a DAW-based workflow.
Sonic Farm’s latest creation is a processor and amplifier designed to cater for every possible bass guitar recording scenario.
These modules can be mixed and matched to create a versatile, high-quality, Neve-esque channel strip for an impressive price.
Serbian company Sonic Dune have augmented the classic Neve 1073 design to offer the user both practical and tonal options.
What’s new in Focusrite’s updated multi-channel mic preamp?
Tech 21 have turned their focus to recreating, in pedal format, that part of a vintage console’s signal path that was often pressed into service for the direct recording of both guitars and basses back in the day.
These classy new French-made modules are inspired by vintage designs, but they also add a few unexpected and useful features.
These new TAC modules bring the classic Amek console sound to your Lunchbox rack.
There’s more to MC AudioLab’s new 500-series modules than their funky fuchsia facades...
These neat little modules offer far better performance than you’d expect at this price. Is there anything not to like?
Never have there been so many ways to get into the 500-series format. Does this system have anything different to offer?
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