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.
Warm Audio promise us an authentic recreation of the Teletronix LA-2A for a fraction of the price...
Basement Arts Frantic, Cakewalk Z3TA+, and Progress Software Soup get the install treatment.
Software guitar amp modelling has been around for a while, but GTR is Waves' first foray into the field — and as you'd expect, they have made a huge effort to get it right, even hiring guitar maker Paul Reed Smith to design a bespoke preamp.
Accusonus’s innovative program brings advanced DSP to bear on a familiar audio problem.
These 1950s compressors are probably the most revered — and imitated — processors in the world. But what is it that makes them so special?
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.
With options including mix-and-match ‘blue stripe’ and ‘blackface’ modes, this is far more than a simple clone of the classic UREI 1176.
This powerful vocal processor puts its controls right where you need them!
The first product from Austrian developers Sonible aims to raise the IQ of EQ.
Polish company IGS Audio’s Tubecore is back, with more facilities and more options. What’s not to like?
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.
Abbey Road Studio’s revered RS124 tube compressor has never been made available commercially... until now.
Can the Cab Clone offer something new, or is it just another ‘me-too’ cabinet simulator?
Like many of Sony Oxford's plug-ins, their new limiter takes a familiar concept and applies a novel twist.
With their new plug-in suite, Antares promise to let you change the character of the human voice.
This intriguing new unit from Drawmer lets you split a stereo signal into three bands and then process each band with a different piece of outboard.
Looptrotter’s latest plaything combines the precision of digital control with the less predictable joys of analogue saturation.
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