Tilt! is a neat and genuinely useful plug‑in which offers a pair of modelled shelving filters, each with a switchable turnover frequency.
Boss’s best‑in‑class looper just got even better.
This classy EQ marries vintage tone with the convenience of software control.
Enjoy Electronics combine past and present in this intriguing quadraphonic digital delay.
With its intoxicating amount of modulation options, this creative effects plug‑in could become rather addictive!
Gibson breathe new life into a fondly remembered vintage pedal marque.
Having already emulated the Echoplex tape delay, Foxgear set their sights on the Binson Echorec.
Mirror creates reversed delay/reverb effects that come before the note...
Based on the chorus section of Roland’s classic RE‑501, this isn’t your average 500‑series module!
A stunning overhaul of SSL’s bus compressor, the Bus+ goes much further than most imitators without sophistication undermining ease of use.
This versatile input channel gives you the classic sound of tubes, transformers and inductors.
Efx Fragments is a granular effects processor that can create effects ranging from obvious glitchiness to ethereal ambiences.
This modern take on the Lexicon 224 may be a pedal, but it has applications that go way beyond guitar.
One of the best Uni‑Vibe clones on the market just got an update.
Hungarian company Gainlab impressed us with their Dictator compressor, so we were looking forward to putting their EQ through its paces.
The IR‑200 is a compact, DSP‑powered pedal that pairs an amp simulator with a speaker cabinet impulse‑response engine.
IK Multimedia’s Fame Studio Reverb emulates the sound of the legendary FAME studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Embracing both the charm and limitations of open‑reel tape, the Tensor is a unique and creative looping pedal.
UJAM add sonic movement to the themes explored in their popular Finisher series.
Empress’ compact, powerful and versatile ZOIA is part multi‑effects unit, part modular synthesizer...
Can a pedal really replicate the classic studio sound of a tweed‑era Champ?
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