Could this plug‑in meet all your vocal‑polishing needs?
MTurboAmp lets you build pretty much any amp or distortion pedal you want!
LO‑FI‑AF combines four damage‑wreaking sections to offer a range of treatments that extend from the fairly subtle to out‑and‑out audio vandalism!
Looking to add movement to your sounds? Look no further!
Pulsar train their modelling sights on Manley’s mighty Massive Passive.
The second plug‑in in KIT’s Blackbird range aims to bring a little Motown magic to your DAW.
Techivation have quietly been building an impressive range of plug‑ins which tend to tackle everyday mixing techniques...
Like other Baby Audio plug‑ins, Crystalline combines great sound with a refreshing GUI.
Can Tantra 2 help you breathe new life into your sounds?
Marketed by United Plugins, JMG Audio’s Nanopulse is a sophisticated transient enhancer. It applies profiles extracted from a variety of percussive sources to the input signal...
Could this natty plug‑in streamline your approach to compression, limiting and expansion?
Mirror creates reversed delay/reverb effects that come before the note...
Efx Fragments is a granular effects processor that can create effects ranging from obvious glitchiness to ethereal ambiences.
With its intoxicating amount of modulation options, this creative effects plug‑in could become rather addictive!
IK Multimedia’s Fame Studio Reverb emulates the sound of the legendary FAME studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
UJAM add sonic movement to the themes explored in their popular Finisher series.
Objeq Delay is not a typical delay plug‑in. Yes, it can generate repeats with adjustable feedback and tempo sync, but the way it treats them, using some ingenious acoustic filtering, really sets it apart.
Quantum is similar in concept to Eventide’s Physion, in that it can split sounds into attack transients and sustain components...
It can’t turn you into Bob Clearmountain, but this plug‑in can certainly help you create some beautiful effects!
This powerful new EQ plug-in aims to encourage you to make better mix decisions.
An EQ that gives you separate control over the transient and sustain portions could be more useful than you think!
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