Positive Grid’s latest plug-ins let you craft your own boutique compressor designs without ever touching a soldering iron.
Acustica Audio’s new Acqua series of plug-ins are painstakingly ‘sampled’ from high-end hardware. Does the end justify the means?
Many well-known engineers are now lending their names to plug-ins, and now metalcore specialist Joey Sturgis has joined the fray.
With new amps, effects and a stripped-back GUI, is Overloud’s modelling software ready to play a headline slot?
With its built-in Overloud guitar and bass processing, could this iPad-controlled mixer do away with the need for backline altogether?
As well as modelling Drawmer’s versatile multiband mastering processor, Softube have boiled down its essentials to create an easy-to-use preset version.
Have you ever wondered how to separate a vocal or the instrumental backing from a stereo mix? We find out what’s possible — and what isn’t.
Accusonus’s innovative program brings advanced DSP to bear on a familiar audio problem.
The latest version of iZotope’s best-selling restoration software adds powerful new modules, as well as a Post Production Suite bundle aimed at film and TV applications.
The first product from Austrian developers Sonible aims to raise the IQ of EQ.
Soft-synth specialist Rob Papen has branched out into the world of processors — but his RP EQ is no ordinary equaliser.
We’ve all had those ‘if only I could get rid of the drums!’ moments. Zynaptiq’s innovative plug–in promises to do just that.
AmpliTube 4 gives the virtual guitarist more amp, cab and miking options than ever before.
Musical pitch has always been putty in the hands of Melodyne. Now, revolutionary features in version 4 promise to make tempo and timbre equally fluid.
Version 7 of iZotope’s mastering package adds cutting-edge codec monitoring features as well as vintage-themed processors.
Where one SoundToys plug-in isn’t enough, you can now create custom chains, with a new emulation of a classic delay on offer too.
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