If you're seeking a performance-friendly effects processor with a top-notch signal path, this might be just what the doctor ordered...
Could this be the ultimate analogue 'vibe box'?
They say they don't make 'em like they used to, but in the case of this Italian boutique filterbank, they do!
This plug-in sounds pleasingly 'organic' and adds some useful functionality compared with the Binson Echorecs on which it's based.
The 1973 version two Big Muff Pi — with a ram's head printed on the casework — was used on so many classic records that EHX have decided to bring it back.
Drawmer's affordable EQ brings a '70s vibe to your studio.
Can this 'New York–style compression' recapture the experience of sending audio out to a UREI 1176 in 'all buttons in' mode, smashing the crap out of it and blending it back under the dry signal?
Bass9 transforms the signal from a standard six-string electric guitar into one of nine different bass sounds...
Eventide's first venture into iOS territory brings us three effects processors. All offered as iOS AUv3 plug-ins as well as working via IAA or in stand-alone mode.
This plug-in offers parallel compression and tube-like saturation.
Ever wished you could play your Tele but hear your Les Paul? This clever box of tricks makes that possible...
Sonnox's innovative dynamics processor offers unprecedented ability to separate wanted from unwanted audio in drum recordings.
Will Bob Clearmountain's signature plug-in help aspiring mix engineers emulate their hero's success?
The most classic of '80s reverberators has been reinvented — complete with retro controls — for the 500-series.
Offering both controllable coloration and three interactive bands of EQ, the Michelangelo aims to deliver something a little different.
Is this unassuming plug-in a great leap forward in mastering compression?
Feel the lo-fi magic of the 1980s — with six unique effects in one strange plugin.
This plug-in offers detailed modelling of the sound of four classic tape machines.
Collider is essentially a dual–DSP marriage of Source Audio's Ventris reverb pedal and their Nemesis delay.
One look at the interface and you can tell right away that there's more to Hyperspace than your usual reverb plug-in...
Nano offers the same overdrive and distortion as the original Operation Overlord pedal, minus the stereo ins/outs.
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