Waves have made a rare foray into the world of hardware with the GTR Ground, designed to give hands-free control over their Guitar Tool Rack software amp simulator.
Line 6 follow their Pod X3 and X3 Live processors with this rackmount professional version, the X3 Pro, offering enhanced I/O and dual processing...
Sequis have launched a somewhat simpler and less costly version of their Motherload dummy load/speaker simulator, called the Motherload Elemental.
McDSPs Emerald Pack is one of the most desirable plug-in collections out there. Two new processors extend its capabilities still further...
Peaveys ReValver lets you play through a catalogue of classic guitar amps in virtual form — and if thats not enough, you can design your own from scratch.
Two of SPLs most effective hardware studio tools are now available in native and HD plug-in formats.
Renowned mix engineer Jack Joseph Puig employs his massive collection of vintage outboard gear on everything from the Black Crowes to Black Eyed Peas. Now, thanks to Waves, you can get your hands on some of the same goodies.
A couple of years ago, the bass player in my band announced proudly that he'd bought himself a Markbass combo. I wasn't very...
Most of us cannot afford to have Tony Maserati mix our tracks — but thanks to Waves, we can now use his personal effects and processing chains in our own mixes.
Auto-Tune has been the industry-standard pitch-correction tool ever since its 1997 release. Does the latest Evo version keep the competition at bay?
Can Overlouds guitar amp simulator tempt us to plug into our Macs/PCs instead of our Marshall stacks?
Modular processing systems are growing in popularity. This contender from American makers Tonelux puts the emphasis firmly on quality.
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