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    Mixing With Pedals

    Enhance Your Creativity

    Why let guitarists have all the fun? Stompboxes can be inspirational mixing tools.

    Techniques . Apr 2021
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    Zoom V3

    Zoom V3 announced

    Vocal processor offers real-time harmonies, pitch correction and more

    New vocal processor offers real-time voice effects and manipulation for live performance.

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    Moog Vocoder 2020 model.

    The Moog Vocoder is back!

    Return of the robots

    Moog Music have reissued their classic Vocoder, originally released in 1978. As on the original, there are 16 bands for optimal encoding of the human voice, ranging from 50 to 5080 Hz...

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    NAMM 2020 — Waves Distortion Collection

    Five Plug-ins

    Abbey Road Saturation, Berzerk, MDMX Fuzz, MDMX Overdrive & MDMX Screamer.

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    NAMM 2020 — Waves Ovox

    Real-Time Vocal ReSynthesis

    Voice-controlled synth and vocal FX processor with Real-Time Vocal ReSynthesis‎

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    NAMM 2020 — AMS Model RMX 16

    500 Series relaunched version

    AMS Neve relaunch and reimagine the legendary RMX 16 in 500 Series format.

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    Overloud Audio Tools THU - NAMM 2019

    Evolution of the TH3 guitar amp simulation plug-in with many new features: 15 new amplifiers, including...

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    Flanger Management

    Sonar Tips & Techniques

    Take Sonar back to the ’60s with this vintage-style tape-flanging effect!

    Techniques Feb 2012
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    Using Hardware Effects With Your PC Software Studio

    PC Musician

    Do you use a software studio with plug-in effects but crave the effects quality that your favourite hardware processor used to provide? Well, you can have the best of both worlds... as this article explains.

    Techniques Mar 2004
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    Understanding & Emulating Vintage Effects

    Sound Techniques

    Modern digital effects units always include emulations of analogue effects such as tape delay and flanging — but none of them ever seem quite like the real thing. Paul White explains how these vintage effects worked, and offers insight into how our modern attempts could be made more accurate.

    Techniques Jan 2001
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