Golden Age’s new Premier series of Neve‑inspired devices get even closer to the real thing.
With granular processing, pitch manipulation, reverb, modulation and a looper, this isn’t just a tool for guitarists.
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.
Pedal maestros Boss revisit the iconic Roland Space Echo in two different formats.
The right compressor settings give you endless power to shape the sound and groove of a multi‑miked drum recording.
Can Tantra 2 help you breathe new life into your sounds?
We check out this painstaking recreation of the rare and coveted Motown equaliser.
Boss have launched a Waza Craft Fuzz pedal, which uses new circuitry that aims to recreate classic fuzz sounds and more modern variants.
Many of the best‑loved classic equalisers used a passive inductor‑capacitor (L‑C) circuit, in most...
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...
TC Electronic’s first chorus device dates back to 1976 and is now reborn in the form of their SCF Gold all-analogue pedal.
Zoom’s new multi‑effects pedal is both a problem‑solver and a source of inspiration.
Diode‑based compressors can be delightful but also rather noisy. True to its name, the Zen promises a more peaceful approach...
Could this modern tape delay prove to be even better than the real thing?
Modelling pioneers Line 6 have breathed new life into their ageing delay unit — but they’ve also retained everything that made the original a classic.
I’m seeing a lot of conflicting advice about using compression while recording. Some swear by it while others say it’s completely unnecessary with 24‑bit recording and modern converters. Where do you stand on this?
Could this natty plug‑in streamline your approach to compression, limiting and expansion?
In a world where makers of digital amp simulators take pride in offering a huge variety of models, Universal Audio have adopted a ‘less is more’ approach.
Tilt! is a neat and genuinely useful plug‑in which offers a pair of modelled shelving filters, each with a switchable turnover frequency.
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