DMG's comprehensive multiband dynamics processor adds a whole workshop to your mastering toolkit!
In GotoEQ, Klevgränd are attempting to recreate some of the magic of the Pultec EQP‑1A hardware — in AUv3 plug-in format.
Sugar is a one-stop audio sweetening shop that offers multiple flavours of harmonic excitement.
Sonimus, producers of some fine EQ, console and compressor emulations, have introduced a new modular channel strip plug-in...
Sanitise dirty talk on the spot with Audionamix's effective and easy-to-use plug-in.
Numerical Audio will probably be known to keen iOS recordists through developer Kai Aras' earlier apps such as RP‑1 and...
Audionamix are aiming to make the process of vocal extraction not only better, but quicker.
AudioSourceRE's innovative plug-in provides new ways to slice and dice stereo audio in real time.
Daniel Weiss' hardware helped convert mastering engineers to the joys of digital processing. Is it still equally desirable in plug-in format?
FabFilter have reinvented their Pro‑L limiter for the new world of loudness normalisation.
Billy Decker's signature plug-in collection is aimed at those who'd rather get things done than get into the details.
The third major update to Pro‑Q is packed with functionality, and the headline feature this time around is dynamic equalisation.
Antares' Auto‑Tune needs no introduction, and the company have now launched a super‑simple version that is more...
StageOne is a plug-in designed to manipulate stereo imaging, by extracting a signal that corresponds to what we hear as the 'phantom centre' and processing this independently of the rest.
The latest version of Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro brings many new features, including improved algorithms and deeper DAW integration.
Acustica Audio have applied their unique sampling technology to the world of magnetic recording media — with impressive results.
The goal of turning musical omelettes back into eggs gets ever closer, thanks to some unlikely cloud-based DSP wizardry!
Voice Leveler aims to even out dynamic variations in the recorded voice, but it is not a conventional compressor...
Billed as a comprehensive graphic equaliser for the cost of a few beers, Gramotech's Babylon might better be described as a very flexible multiband EQ.
Does EastWest's new collection of impulse responses take reverb to the final frontier?
Oeksound's Spiff represents a new take on transient processing, which opens up some intriguing possibilities in mixing and mastering.
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